It's a process

We live in a world of instant gratification...what we want, we want it like yesterday. With the modern advances of technology, our attention spans have shortened. Though I train in many other modalities; I have a true passion for Kettlebells. Learning how to use this tool takes time, patience, dedication and practice. It's a continuous journey. I find that people will avoid training with a bell or accept/teach poor form beause they don't want to put in the hard work and time it takes to learn the skill. As children our social and physical skill development is a process that we seem to accept as a part of "growing-up" As adults, we often find excuses to avoid discomfort or commitment - this behavior can carry on into to other aspects of our lives far beyond our fitness endeavors.

Yet, there is so much reward in the process of it improved mind/muscle connection, a sense of accomplishment, along with a return to "true" human behavior. What is worth having and or learning does not happen over night or with a click of a button.