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Bias declaration. I love kettlebells. There, I said it! So let me just clarify one thing. Resistance training of any kind is great. I don't care if you are a bodybuilder, powerlifter, CrossFitter, kettlebller (is that a word?) or a Calisthenics guru. If you are performing repetitive movements under load you are doing resistance training and you are, therefore, strengthening your bones, muscles and mind and I applaud you! But seeing as Kettlebells are my personal favourite and the tool I use the most with my clients to help them become physically and mentally better versions of themselves, this article will focus on kettlebells, so there!
I’m assuming you know what a kettlebell is and that you also know what a beer is but why are these two, seemingly diametrically opposed, items combined into a fitness program? I’ll answer that question in a moment. But to clarify, Kettlebells & Beers is an online group fitness coaching program aimed at men over 35. Before getting more into what the program offers and how it works, let me answer some common questions.
How can being stronger help you to be a better runner? I can answer that by directing you to this blog from my archives. Basically, being stronger helps to improve power output and sprint speed. It can reduce injury risk, increase stride length and improve oxygen economy. Those are the main evidence-based benefits. So why don’t more runners compliment their running with strength and conditioning?