Are you a kettlebell newbee? Read it!

little bit anxious before their first class, afraid that they are not good enough, that it will be too hard, that they will fail...

They don't trust me when I tell them that it only takes a couple of classes to learn the kettlebell basics.
''But -they say- I've done extensive research on youtube; I saw people balancing a massive kettlebell overhead, jumping from one blue ball to the another. All those moves must take years to practice!
I watched crazy, impossible stunts, reserved only for the guys born with a tiny kettlebell in their tiny baby hands performing TGU straight from their mum's vagina!
You are a liar Leszek. I am not good enough, I cannot do this, not in the lifetime! You are simply easing me in, luring into the club, you want me to pay a membership...''
But I'm not lying. 
It truly takes only a couple of weeks of systematic training, and you will learn all the basics: squat, swing, press, snatch, row. And you will become stronger, and you will move better.
And no, I will never ask you to perform a somersault with the kettlebell handle between your teeth.

Unless you want to post it on youtube!

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