Let’s face it – life is way too stressful these days.
And the state of the world and concerns about our immune systems and health doesn’t help either.
We’re so concerned about not getting sick and protecting our families.
And the demand on our time from our bosses – regardless if we can work from home or not – is borderline unreasonable when we have 2, 3 or 4 kids at home with nothing to do.
Regardless if the kids are “homeschooling” right now, they’re still kids and they demand our attention.
And to top it all off, you bought kettlebells because they looked like a simple alternative to get in shape and stay in shape at home instead of going to the gym.
But man – it’s hard to find 45 minutes three times per week just to get your workouts in!
There is just so much demand on our time an our energy!
And the worst part of all is that we feel guilty taking time out for ourselves to work out and stay in shape – we feel like we’re stealing time that we should be spending with our family.
Does any of this sound vaguely familiar?
Don’t worry if it does. It simply means that you, like most people find themselves in one of two camps…
You try to alleviate stress through your workouts
But ultimately you end up working out too hard in order to alleviate your stress. The bad part is that you’re still trying to achieve a certain physical goal – lose 10 pounds, press a heavier weight, hit a certain number of snatches in a certain time period – whatever.
But your energy and mind are divided.
On one hand, you feel you need a hard workout to burn off the stress of the day.
On the other hand you’re not seeing the results you want – you’re not achieving your goals of getting leaner or stronger or better conditioned body or to look better in the mirror – and worse yet – you seem to keep getting those little nagging aches and pains even though you’re doing your best to follow the “program.”
You end up feeling like your workouts are an “all or nothing” proposition.
If you can’t get in the “prescribed” workouts you end up doing nothing because you don’t have the energy or the “know how” to modify the workout or design your own from scratch.
This leaves you even more tired and frustrated, sometimes going weeks without working out.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Whichever camp you’re in, I’ve found a simple solution that worked for me and will work for you too…
Points to Remember…
- Training longer than 45-minutes can sabotage your progress by disrupting your body’s ability to recover by increasing your stress hormones
- RESEARCH PROVES that actually doing less can get you the same or better results that doing 3x more.
- It’s not about how much work you can do… it’s about how much work you can RECOVER from.
With Kettlebell X you get TEN kettlebell PROGRAMS.
Each program ranges from 4 to 6 weeks and is built on fundamental training principles.
Each program incorporates a natural progression and de-load.
Each program waving of loads so that you don’t hit a plateau or get injured and keep progressing towards your goals.
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