If you want to stay fit a kettlebell is one of the best tools you can use for the job.
Because of how it is used you can get great conditioning, muscle building and fat burning workouts with just one kettlebell size. Additionally, a quality kettlebell will outlast you (and your children)!
This makes it the perfect tool for people on a budget, who want to workout at home or want to leave the gym and get some fresh air without getting stuck “running.”
You can get kettlebells in any size and new “types” seem to be popping up every day.
Learn all you need about buying your first kettlebell (or set) here.
Staying fit is no easy task.
You always need to dedicate time (and energy) to your workouts otherwise you lose it.
But if you are like most of my clients (and me) the amount of time you have to exercise changes day to day, week to week, month to month.
Most workout “programs” expect you to spend 1 hour 3 days a week in the gym. Or some other strict, non-negotiable workout schedule.
Learn a new way to make exercise fit your schedule, instead of making your schedule fit exercise by reading below.
Getting ready to move your body doesn’t have to be this complicated hour-long ritual that you do before you start exercising.
In fact, if it takes you more than 10 minutes to get ready to exercise one of three things is occurring:
1 - You are a high-level competitive (and dedicated), athlete
2 - You are rehabbing an injury.
3 - You are wasting valuable training time
Learn the quick and easy no-nonsense way to get ready for exercising below.
One of the problems with fitness is that most of the research and practical applications focus on competitive athletes.
But most of us who want to get fit are not competing in anything.
So what is the one exercise that will improve the ability of regular people to function in the world?
Learn what it is and how you can start doing it below.