Get Back to Fitness, Consistently And Know it's Enough
This 8-Week Kettlebell Workout Series is Designed to Re-establish Your Fitness in the Simplest, Least Time-Consuming Way Possible.
You used to be motivated, and consistent. Somehow, things are harder now. The time and energy you used to have for working out has magically disappeared.
To make matters worse, when you do start back up again, you really don't know how much to do (or how often) you have to exercise to really make progress again. So you end up feeling like you never do enough, and you quickly burn out.
Time and time again, you find yourself trying something new but it still leaves you with that doubt about whether it's going to work. You start for a while, and stop for a while, which keeps you in a cycle of regret and self-blame.
Because it doesn't feel enough, you devalue the efforts you do make because if it's not enough, what's the point, right?
My Wee Solution
(No, I will not claim I have THE solution, but I do have a super simple one)
Let's remove ALL the stuff that doesn't matter. Let's filter our efforts through "the big picture", and let's instill the belief that it actually takes less than we're often led to believe to build and maintain strength and fitness. And these efforts do not have to be perfect, they just have to be consistent to some level.
One solution is the "do a little bit more frequently" (like 10mins a day), which absolutely can work for many people. The problem is, for other people, it can reinforce that you must do everything perfectly to "win". Inevitably, it becomes unsustainable because of the pressure to do it every day. Notice how I'm just saying this may be the case for some people. I'm actually one of those people.
After I had my daughter, I had to find a different solution. In the midst of chronic pain and depression, I really had zero mental or physical energy to do something high frequency. My goal of 3 workouts per week seemed doable, but each time I set out, I kept falling short.
Where had my mojo had gone?
So I decided to ask the question: "what's the least I can do to get results?".
You know what?
I started back to fitness doing ONE workout a week. Not a long one, a less-than-20-minute-one. It was enough to start building back strength, reduce the pressure to "do more", and build in success with a "almost impossible to fail" goal.
Fast forward over a year, and I am happy to report that I have successfully exceeded my goal and maintained a 2-3 workout per week consistency for that time. I have lost 25lbs, and I can move better - with less pain - than before I had my daughter.
Less is more. Keep it super doable, like ridiculously doable, and you'll not only start looking forward to your workouts, but you'll see results because you're being consistent!
Yep, when you boil it all down, consistency is the most important goal to nurture when you're struggling to stay on track, or if you feel like what you do is never enough.
So that's what this series is designed to do.
Benefits of This Series
Meet Your Coach
Marianne Kane, RN turned Kettlebell Expert and ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, is Owner of Equipped with Strength.
Through the last decade she has been on a mission to encourage others to persevere through their struggles and challenges by helping to keep things realistic and simple. She understands how life happens and fitness can easily be derailed. You're not lazy, and you don't have to do it all like you once did. Success is honouring where you're at NOW.
Marianne was named in Shape's Top 10 YouTube Workout Channels as her short and effective workouts reach millions of people around the world. She founded MyomyFitness.com, her personal workout blog, and Co-Founded both Girls Gone Strong and Get Glutes. She is continually learning, and always questioning trends and fads.
Ultimately, Marianne wants people like you to know that you can still make progress doing less than what you feel you "should do" or "have to". There's a minimum effective dose, and it feels pretty amazing to find it.
Try it for 30 Days, 100% Risk-Free
Because I’m confident in my Back-to-Fitness Series, you have 30 days to put the workouts to the test. If you’re not satisfied you can get a full refund. Just send an email to email@example.com (or message via the chat box) before the end of the 30th day after purchase, and I'll issue a refund right away.