My original title for this article was going to be “How Megan Fox topless photos and make money online and cheap viagra and cheap cialis helped the Boston Celtics defeat Tiger Woods in a SUPER HARDCORE cereal contest of eating TriXXX.”
But that would have been silly and the story would have defied my legendary creative abilities.
So instead I decided to mention that least worthy of subjects: Kim Jong Il.
But he does need a kettlebell
How do I know? Because everyone needs a kettlebell, that’s how. Or a whole bunch of them.
I love kettlebells. I love them enough to have them be a big fat part of my logo up there. I train with them 6-7 times a week, most weeks. I love how they feel, I love how they look, and if my sense of taste hadn’t been fried during a bizarre manatee attack, I’d probably love how they tasted.
Just a tool
But the kettlebell is just a tool. And like any tool, it has its limitations. If getting stronger is your goal, then it makes sense to have as many tools as possible, provided they all work together to bring you results faster than they each would alone. If you’re trying to GET SERIOUSLY RIPPED DUDE-BRO-NAVYSEAL-CAGEFIGHTER, you don’t want to get derailed just because you only have one option for training. You don’t want to TAPOUT just because you lost the curiosity to explore.
Every tool has its limitations. Just like Payday loans and their obscene interest rate. Just like learning to become a big bad Assassin with an awesome Online degree. Come on, pay a real hitman who went to Assassin school and wears cheap board shorts.
Barbells are worth using. So are sandbags, dumbbells, grippers, jump ropes, clubbells, and anything else that gets you to your goal faster. But if they produce faster results when used in conjunction, wouldn’t that be desirable?
I’m not saying that I know the way to combine them all, or even that it should happen. But asking ourselves questions about the effectiveness of our training doesn’t hurt either. And switching or altering training methods when something doesn’t work or or is working more slowly than we’d like doesn’t imply any disloyalty either.
There’s no reason to be a snob. Training is supposed to be fun.
The point is, writing for the search engines is harder than I thought it would be. That’s why I don’t do it. I’m obviously not very good at it, either. I write to have fun, and with the exception of DUDE-BRO up there, it’s not that fun to just try to work in keywords.
But you do need a kettlebell!
Speaking of, I’m going to be hosting a workshop with “Unbreakable” Adam T. Glass on July 31. We’ll be teaching some exceptional people How to PR every day. Seats are limited and are going fast. I’d love to meet you and the price cannot be beat.
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