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 all...an 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.