I’m constantly amazed at the number of new fat loss programs
and products that roll through my inbox on a near-daily basis.
I just got one the other day that was virtually identical to a book
published over 10 years ago that heralded the way for fasting.
This one of course was “all new.”
One of the things I do on a daily basis is go to a coffee shop to
write and get some work done. (Because a house with a 3 yr old
and an infant are not conducive to doing work.)
And despite all the information on the lame-stream news
and on the interwebz, fitness mags, etc, you’d think that we’d
have figured this whole fat loss thing out now.
Here’s one thing I’ve noticed since working here:
Every person who is overweight eats bread, pastries, and/or
has some sort of sugary looking drink. Mocha-frappa-latte-cino-
So that’s the first thing:
Cut that junk out of your diet.
I don’t care if you “like” it.
It obviously doesn’t “like” you.
So get rid of it.
Do the opposite of what these people are doing.
Eat meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and vegetables. And the
occasional piece of fruit.
Once a week, enjoy one of your favorite meals.
Whatever you want.
What about your workouts?
If you’re a kettlebell newbie – stick with swings and get ups.
Play with some of the more complicated KB lifts – the clean,
press, snatch, goblet squat.
Even start messing around with double KB work.
Double kettlebell work.
Focus on getting as strong as you can with them.
Because strength fixes almost everything.
The stronger you are, the more work you can do.
The more work you can do, the more calories you can burn.
The more calories you burn, the more fat you’ll burn, assuming
you’re eating the way I outlined in this email. (If not, you’ll still
Want a no-fail program to help you do that?
P.S. What about the “details” for the eating part?
How much? How often? Etc?
Don’t sweat it. Just start. And eat to “a comfortable stop.”
Don’t stuff yourself. Eat when you’re hungry. Don’t eat when
And keep your workouts short and sweet too – like this.