Stability is the basis of strength and fitness itself. Not having the smaller muscles of the body working, or not having the various parts of your body working harmoniously, leads to an inability to progress in strength. Instead, you spend unnecessary effort in conditioning workouts and increase your risk of injury.


This doesn’t mean you have to do some boring rehab program, but you do need to train the body in different planes of motions, tempos, angles, and speeds. While this takes a bit more thinking, the rewards and results of using smart programs are far more fun in of themselves than the instant feeling of killing yourself in a singular workout.


Does this mean this workout isn’t challenging? You tell me. Most people are surprised how hard using these concepts actually makes their training. 


If you like this, make sure you check out the last two videos from Josh:

A Challenging Sandbag and Kettlebell Workout

A Lesson in Force Absorption for Greater Power


For an more in-depth explanation of each of the movements, take a look at these videos:


Sandbag Clean to Forward Lunge


Kettlebell Alternating Press 


Sandbag Shoulder Staggered Squat 


Side Plank