I love research. We can learn a lot from it.
Each and every study I read, I respect the work that went into it. I know how much time, effort, and commitment goes into doing a research study at any level.
No study is perfect.
Yet, each one is a potentially important piece of the puzzle, right?
So, I was really excited to see the title of the latest research study about kettlebell training.
Shortly after immersing myself in the study, I found myself feeling let down and disappointed once again that another kettlebell study missed the mark. This one in a major way, which I'll explain.
This article is an attempt to "bridge the gaps" between the scientific research and the "real-world" practical applications.