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There is a simple explanation why kettlebell training has blossomed so exponentially recently: it works. Every age range can benefit from the new ways we have found that can trim and tone our bodies. Since 2003 we have been noticing a new crop of possibly unqualified or misinformed trainers attempting to give their advice to people trying to better themselves. Learn to distinguish the frauds from the facts with the top four mistakes people make when starting kettlebell training.
Thanks to shows like the Biggest Loser, exercising with a kettlebell has become a mainstream method of exercise. People all over the world are using a kettlebell to replace long trips to the gym, burn fat and develop that lean toned athletic look that we all know we want. Here is a small list of the top 3 benefits you can get by using a kettlebell.
Many people believe that in order to lose weight and extreme cardio regimen is in order. They have the idea that the harder they sweat, the more weight they lose in their intense session. However, walking is not just a means of rudimentary conveyance. It also leads to many health benefits without overworking your muscles. Here are 6examples of why walking is more beneficial than long-duration cardio.
Sticking with the theme from last time let us take on another myth of the fitness industry. This lie of fitness is that you should never use momentum to lift weights. It is a myth brought to us that implement momentum to simply appear to do more repetitions, when in fact they are hardly benefitting from their exertion.
Today we have the fifth entry of our Seven Lies articles. One of the problems with the current fitness industry is with their bold lack of fun exercises and routines. Many individuals are inundated with stationary equipment at the gym that only serves a few purposes. Each machine may lend itself to a different muscle group, yet doing the same routine at the same place with the same equipment become repetitious and disengaging. Enter Lie #7: You have to stick to a regimented routine in order to see results and finally get fit.