What’s Next?

What's Next?Click Image To Read More…Have you ever wondered "what’s next?" as you’re finishing your current kettlebell training program?

If you’re like me, and 88.4% of my customer and subscriber base, then the chances are pretty good that you have. (I’ll tell you more about that in a minute…)

And that’s perfectly normal. Your brain is always “on” and searching for the next big thing, especially when it comes to achieving your goals. In fact, there’s a part of your brain called the Reticular Activating System and it’s designed to do just that.

According to a study done on a Harvard Law School class, 95% of the class didn’t have any predefined goals written down and only 5% of the graduates actually wrote down their goals. Thirty years later researchers followed up with the entire class and guess who had actually achieved their goals?

We all work out for one of four basic reasons, four basic goals – here they are. (You’ll recognize yourself in one of these 4.)

You see, each one of those four categories aren’t as specific as you think – they are really just ONE category –

At the end of the day, we both use our kettlebells because we want to feel better about ourselves. They provide us with a means to an end – to feel stronger on the inside – in other words, when we feel stronger, we feel happy.

And when we don’t feel happy, the frustration builds. Slowly… Until it sidetracks us and we’re nowhere near where we set out to be.

As I mentioned before, we are all motivated by one of four areas to use kettlebells. And interestingly enough – and most people don’t know this – that’s the exact way we should design our kettlebell workouts.

That’s right – our workouts should always cycle around getting stronger, looking better (that’s actually two categories – but more about that in a minute), performing better, and fixing any aches and pains (which we all have in some way, shape, or form).

And chances are, when you aren’t seeing the results you’re after, you’re on the wrong phase of this cycle. (Of course, it could also just be that your program design is all screwed up…)

In the simplest of terms, this means that you shouldn’t always be on a fat-burning program. Or a strength program. Or a muscle-building program. Or a pre-/rehab program.

Your body operates on cycles, and so does nature. And so should your kettlebell workouts. Just like your body and nature, each one of those cycles should help and build upon the other. Always.

And the best part is that when we apply that cycle to our kettlebell workouts, we will always make progress and always achieve our goals.

The problem is in knowing exactly how to do that without spending a lot of money on books, workouts, and other resources, and wasting a lot of time experimenting trying… Read more…

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