The beautiful thing about Kettlebell training is that the programs effectively raise the overall physical awareness of the lifter, requiring a constant and focused physical and mental engagement.
Over the years I have had the benefit of watching so many participants improve and as a teacher there's not much that makes me happier than watching my students get comfortable with my program.
I regularly use the term Joint Mobility (or JOI MOB) to refer to a series of range of motion exercises intended to “lubricate the joints” through movement, and get a lifter physically and mentally ready for activity. By definition, Joint Mobility refers to the degree to which a joint is allowed to move before being restricted by surrounding ligaments/tendons/muscles etc…
Believe it or not, for me, one of the biggest dangers in Kettlebell lifting is when people stick to using only the Kettlebells that feel "light and easy" to lift.
Train safely, effectively, and stay healthy and your ability is bound to improve. Guaranteed!
It all comes down to keeping ourselves safe and feeling good about what we’re doing, without injury and without forced inactivity.