Many of you have busy lives, that may make it hard to attend kettlebell classes more regularly. After having a few days in a row of light attendance, I realized, maybe some of you are making certain assumptions that I can clear up.Myth 1: If you train every day, you will definitely overtrain.
To some people that definition might work, but to me, you are fit when you can perform a wide variety of functional movements proficiently at a wide variety of speeds under various adverse conditions. What does that mean? Well, if you can squat a lot of weight...great! That is a start. But can you squat a lot of weight, for a lot of reps, for 10 minutes of work? There is a reason we use a clock in our classes. The time domain provides an added level of fitness that is not achievable with just a heavy or light kettlebell. If you don't consider yourself proficient at a lot of exercises, at various lengths of routines, at various tempos....time to get yourself into kettlebell classes 5-6 days a week.If one or more of these myth has been consistently followed by you in your training, it's time to make a change! Lets get into class as often as possible. If it is important to you, and your fitness truly matters, you will find a way to make more time. We all need coaches, and we are here to help you get the most out of your training. But if you only show up once a week, are your expectations that realistic?