When you begin to follow a fitness program, one expects results to show at a fast pace; however these very results can drop as quickly if there is a lack of consistency.
Patience, Perseverance and Time:
You cannot rush into strength & conditioning training with the Kettlebell. Patience, consistency & dedication are what will really do it for you. One can hope to meet the deadline, but the workouts may not always work in favor of the person if there is no consistency. Keeping track of your personal records proves to be an important element of understanding of your pattern of training. But over-training with the Kettlebell can sometimes backfire. The key is to start slow, start with light weights, and slowly progress to desired results.
Kettlebell training multiplies your power output:
Since dynamic Kettlebell lifts such as the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk cannot be performed slowly, they develop a special quality known as power-endurance, or your ability to produce movements over an extended period of time. This differs from strength-endurance. Strength- endurance is your ability to produce force over an extended period of time. Power-endurance adds another ‚Äútime‚ÄĚ component; power-endurance is your ability to sustain fast muscular contractions over an extended period of time. Power-endurance training is also an excellent way to train for fat loss and conditioning.
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