Let’s go deep…. What is the purpose behind your strength? It became very apparent that for a lot of leading brands in the fitness industry, the greater purpose was lining their pockets. In the interest of maintaining professionalism, I won’t name any companies. However, it’s become very apparent how important the bottom line has become. If that’s all we have to offer, I don’t want to be a part of it. To me, it has to be about more than simply collecting a paycheck or making money.
I want you to ask yourself this question: How is my strength serving others? I strongly believe that our strength is a gift and that we should harness it to help others. Honestly, if you’re here just to look good in a swimsuit and throw up a front double bicep pose, this message isn’t for you. I want to go deep. Let’s get philosophical with it and really look into the deeper meaning. I challenge you to ask this of yourself: “How am I serving others with my strength?” Ask that question, and I think you’ll dive into a deeper meaning of sets and reps.
To your lifelong health and success,
Here are the basics of the kettlebell deadlift!
Here’s how to do the kettlebell swing!