I've not had much experience with kettlebells, but want to eventually work them into my routine. I have a friend who uses them exclusively and swears by them. I need him to help me develop good form so I don't injure myself.
This is why I do yoga. It settles my mind, my class has some really good people, and I have gained flexibility that I haven't had since I was a kid. I can't make myself stretch before or after a workout because I hate stretching on its own, so the stretching that's part of yoga will have to do for me.
I don't keep track. All of mine are logged here so I suppose I could go back to the beginning of the year and add them up.Taking the next couple of days off, not because I want to, but because I decided to stay at a different hotel in Chicago. No pull up bar.
^^^Flexibility is my weak point though it has improved significantly over the past three years that I've been doing yoga. I'm pleased with my strength right now, though I know it could be better. The stretching that's part of yoga has helped a lot, too. My typical daily morning routine is to go to yoga for an hour, then from there directly to the gym for 30-50 minutes.
I've been at it for several years now. It was a very long road to where I am now with lots of injuries along the way because of bad form and sometimes bad luck. Feeling good about the progress, particularly the aesthetics. Often get compliments when wearing slim-fitting fashions.