Millions of people suffer with obesity. They are forced to live with the pain of being overweight daily. This may even be your story.
Have you ever woke one morning determined that today you will work toward losing weight? Enthusiastically you set your goal, signed up at a gym, choose a diet plan, and established an exercise routine. You sacrificially gave yourself over to endless exercise—for months. Then the time of reckoning came.
Fear, anticipation, worry griped your stomach mixed with a flicker of hope that this time the weight would miraculously melt away.
As you stepped up on the scale with your eyes closed, you whispered a prayer. “This time let me lose . . .”
You opened your eyes and the scale barely moved three pounds. Shattered, you wonder why you even bother to try. You march toward the kitchen, grab a bag of Nachos, and plant yourself down in front of the television to watch your favorite show.
Does that sound familiar?
If so, you’re not alone. Many people go through this same cycle and feel defeated and hopeless.
But you can do something about it whether your 50, 75, 100 or 30 pounds past your ideal weight. You can lose weight. You can work your way to a slimmer and trimmer you. You really can . . .
First, put down your comfort food—because it will only make your problem worse. Next, make another decision—that your health is worth the sacrifices that you need to make.
Now make a decision about how you will achieve your goal. You’ve tried dumbbells, treadmills, ellipticals, Zumba, Shaun T and a whole host of other things but the result was always the same.
You’ve spent hundreds of dollars and now you are tired and fet-up. How about trying something simple like Kettlebells?
Kettlebells are free weights consisting of a round iron ball with handles welded at the top. The objective of kettlebells it to force your body to work to maintain stability—as you swing your way to health and wellness. In the process, you build your core, strengthen your muscles, tone your body, and improve the health of your lungs as your body is sculpted.
How long will it take? People have seen results in as little as four weeks. But this is dependent on how often you do your kettlebell workouts and the food choices that you make.
Kettlebells are not a magic wand or pill. You’ll need to work at it. But the exercises are simple. The investment minimal and the exercise time required, reasonable. If you can muster one more try—then try kettlebell training and watch how it changes your life.