Kettlebell Workout Fat Loss Mistake #10 – “Falling Off Your Bike” Syndrome

Kettlebell Workout Fat Loss Mistake #10 – “Falling Off Your Bike” Syndrome

This is a mistake I see so many people make, it’s not even funny.

It’s up there with “shooting yourself in the foot.”

Remember when you were a little kid and you fell off your bike? 

Most of us when we were really little laid there in the road hollering for our moms.

But as we got older?

We were kinda embarrassed that we fell. 

So we’d get back up, hop right back on our bikes, race around with our friends, and check for injuries later.

It was only after we got home that we found the hole in the knee our jeans and the surrounding blood stain.

And yet, so many adults “mess up” on their fat loss efforts –

Miss a workout…

“Cheat” on their diets…

And throw up their hands and cry (inside, of course) –

“Well, there goes the workout… there goes the diet… may as well quit…”

Emotionally speaking, it’s just like the little kid who falls off his bike in the middle of the street and lays there hollering instead of getting up, dusting himself off, and keeps going.

Look, if you mess up, and you most likely will, don’t beat yourself up.

Give yourself some grace and keep going.

Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, hop back on your bike and keep pedaling.


One of the “easiest” or at least “simplest” ways to lose fat is to train for strength and use heavy weights.

It’s the opposite of what we’ve been conditioned to believe.

I know that’s hard to believe, so check out this email I received from David:

The “Strong!” program inside Kettlebell STRONG! uses a pair of kettlebells that’s your 4RM Clean + Press. 

If you’re patient, like David, you’ll eventually turn that 4RM into 60 reps in one training session.

If you want a single KB strength-based fat loss program, I’ll leave the link to one of my most popular ones in the description below.

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