Don’t Make This Kettlebell Training Mistake (grab the April KB member’s workout)

by admin on April 18, 2011

It might sound cool, but using the shotgun approach with your kettlebell workouts is actually a bad thing ...

The ‘shotgun approach’, in the context of planning your kettlebell workouts,  is where you simply pick a random kettlebell workout for the day and do it.

While this may work in the short term (any new stimulus will typically provide results for at least a short period of time) over the long term, lack of workout planning will eventually slow your progress to a halt.

Obviously, you could figure this stuff out for yourself – and if you enjoy spending your time reviewing research, reading exercise science text books and learning the fundamentals of exercise programming, then I encourage it! More power to you.

On the other hand, you could save yourself a lot of time and money and just sign up for my Kettlebell Basics Monthly Workout Program (workout #2 is now available!)

With this program, I write a new, unique kettlebell workout for you every month that’s geared towards fat loss, lean muscle gain, and continual improvement with your kettlebell program.  You get a workout manual AND a video that’ll walk you through exactly how to perform, with great form, each and every exercise in the workout.  Plus, it’s priced super low so almost everyone can afford to get involved …

Workout #2 is now available … plus, when you grab my KB member’s workout #1 or #2 in the next 48 hours, you’ll get a free copy of my ‘Fitness Monster 5 Minute Abs’ manual!

To learn more about this program and to take advantage of this special offer, click the link below:

Kettlebell Basics Member’s Manual

Forest Vance, Certified Russian Kettlebell Challenge Instructor

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