In a perfect world, anyone would learn to program for themselves before they pick up a kettlebell. When utilizing public programs or workouts, no matter how great the workout design is, the person who designed it does not know your ability, technique, training frequency, goals, or the answer to many other important variables that make a program effective. Incorrect programming or not understanding the programming and how to adjust it can lead to serious injuries and to top it off is not effective or delivering the results you expect.
This book explains the goals one can work towards, how to program and work toward them, it explains the training methods, and above all, it covers the most common mistakes made in programing for kettlebells. I will cover aspects of programming like angles, load, duration, recovery, reps, rounds, progression, and much more. As with all the Cavemantraining books, the objective is to cover a lot and dig deep but without too many technical terms, and if not possible, then the technical terms are explained in several different ways.
This is the pre-order of the downloadable book which will be released mid or end March 2020.