… why does it matter?
I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been fascinated
with being strong.
It started early – probably 3 – seeing how many chin ups
I could do on the clothesline.
And from there, a long journey of frustration and fun.
Sure, I’m not the strongest guy in the world (duh), but
I like being relatively strong.
Heck, I’m still making PRs at “my age” (Ha! 40 is the new
25 – at least in my case ;-] ).
The fact of the matter is, life is just easier when you’re
It’s easier to:
– do daily tasks
– recover from daily tasks
– impress your friends (or wife’s friends)
– play with your kid(s) / grandkids
– help people move (this may be more of a liability
depending on how you look at it – LOL)
– eat more food (seriously – the stronger you are the more
work you do, so the more calories you burn, which of
course means you can eat more – this is one of my
favorite reasons, btw)
And I’m sure you can add your own reasons too.
Unfortunately, most people never get strong, let alone
approach getting really strong.
That’s because they don’t know –
a) the right technique for the exercises they’re using -
so they never find maximum leverage points and plug
energy leakages – and they end up getting hurt
b) they don’t have a tried and true tested plan - they
bounce from one “workout” to another looking for the
high they get from a “good workout” – so months and
years pass and they’re no closer to they’re goals then
when they started
Fortunately, I’ve got you covered.
I’ll show you everything you need to know about getting
as strong as you want to be using your kettlebells when
you get your copy of “Kettlebell STRONG!”.
But don’t take my word for it –
Here’s what Phil Gilliland said about it:
“I really think your Kettlebell Strong DVD/Book is the best
instructional KB material I have ever bought. You do such
a clear, concise way of presenting each technique.
I wish this stuff had been around when I first started KB’s
years ago, it would have saved me a lot of pain and wasted
And what about results?
Well, this is how strong Dan Anderson has gotten so far –
“Altered test day slightly. Decided to see where I was at
with the double beast. Got four good reps!”
That’s FOUR reps with a PAIR of 48kg KBs!
The only thing you have to do is decide how strong you
want to be and why it matters to you.
P.S. I’ve noticed that since I’ve gotten these kettlebell
techniques right, I don’t need to work out (train) as long
or as hard as I used to. Results seem to come faster too.
I guess that’s because I’m now more efficient in directing
my energy to the task at hand.
The same thing will happen for you when you get your
copy of “Kettlebell STRONG!” and apply what you learn
inside to your KB training.