I had to work security at the church nursery Sunday
and I was talking to Janet, the lady who does check in and
she started asking me some questions about working out.
(Seems to always come up. LOL.)
Turns out she just bought a kettlebell the day before.
Good for her.
And it got me thinking – is just one kettlebell enough?
I guess it depends on what you think “enough” is.
Is it enough to get started?
Is it enough to get you in phenomenal shape – depending
on how you define “shape?”
It most certainly can be.
Is it enough to keep you from getting bored?
Depends on the individual, his/her skill, strength, and
and conditioning levels.
For example: Can you do 100 snatches non-stop with a
16kg? A 24kg?
You see what I mean, don’t you?
The KEY –
Well the THREE KEYS actually – to making your one
(or two) kettlebells “enough” are:
1. You have to be willing to take the time to learn
If you can’t be bothered to do that, you should just stop
reading right now.
That means at the very least you should have a basic
grasp of how to do the swing.
Then you’ll want to learn the get up, the clean, press,
goblet / front squat, and the snatch.
(Not necessarily in that order.)
2. You need to follow simple program design rules.
I’m not going to cover these in detail today –
I’ll cover some of them tomorrow.
However, you need to remember this one simple rule:
Respect The Concept of PROGRESSION.
Sets, reps, rest, effort, exercise complexity.
The whole kit and kaboodle.
3. You need to understand that “more” is NOT “better.”
There are only two exceptions to this rule:
Love and money.
When it comes to workouts – keep them on the shorter
Shorter workouts, with higher effort workouts increase
your fat burning hormones, like growth hormone.
Plus, using a single kettlebell really is a “one-stop-shop”
for increasing your strength, stamina, flexibility, mobility,
and conditioning all in one shot.
So it makes good sense that you shouldn’t need to do
longer workouts like tradition has brainwashed you to
think you need.
There’s only one little problem…
Where do you get the highest-quality, time-tested, single
You grab yourself a copy of my book –
Kettlebell Express! RELOADED.
In it you’ll find 100 – that’s right ONE HUNDRED single
time-efficient kettlebell PROGRAMS.
I wrote “PROGRAMS” because it’s critically important
you understand the difference between “programs”
A program is a logical series of workouts based on a
common theme – i.e. fat loss – that build toward your
end goal – in the case of fat loss – a leaner you.
Programs follow and respect the principles of progression.
Workouts on the other hand are “one off” events.
They don’t necessarily do anything for you other than
make you tired or feel “worked out.”
And just because you “work out” with your kettlebell,
doesn’t ensure that you’ll reach your goal.
Imagine having all the uncertainty about how to set
up your program removed.
Imagine knowing that you’re no longer wasting your
time, but making the most of it.
Hence the “time-efficient” part.
What’s that mean?
It means that you can use your kettlebell three times
a week for 20 to 30 minutes at a time –
So you can fit your workouts into your busy, over-stuffed
And the best part?
These shorter workouts increase your body’s fat
burning hormones – like growth hormone – meaning
that you’ll get leaner from doing shorter workouts.
Pretty cool, huh?
You bet it is.
Simply leaf through the PDF and pick the program
that fits your skill level and looks the most interesting
Then follow it for 4, 6, 9, or 12 weeks – whatever its
length, and “magically” watch your body transform
before your very eyes.
Then, repeat the process – pick another program
and follow it and –
I’ve never sold Kettlebell Express! RELOADED on
it’s own – only ever as a bonus for another product.
And because I have so much on my plate right now,
I haven’t had time to write one of those fancy sales
letters telling you all the benefits of having a collection
of these time-efficient single kettlebell workouts at
So, when you grab your copy today, you’ll be taken
directly to the shopping cart, then to the access page,
where you can then download all these amazing
You may be wondering how much 100 professionally
designed, time-tested, principle-based kettlebell
programs will cost you.
Considering other programs, like Kettlebell Burn
2.0 sell for $67 for a 16-week program, you’d
expect something with literally 10 years of programs
inside it to sell for significantly more –
In fact something along the lines of $297 would not
However, I wouldn’t want the price to keep you from
getting your hands on this ultra-valuable resource.
Therefore I’m selling it for only $29.95, which, I think
you’ll agree, is a steal.
P.S. Forgot to tell you this yesterday –
When you grab a copy of Kettlebell Express!
RELOADED today, I’ll also throw in a valuable
“The Easy Diet.”
If you’ve been struggling with making the right food
choices to help you burn fat –
Or have been wondering exactly how you should
eat to strip off fat as quickly as possible without
losing your sanity –
Then “The Easy Diet” is for you.
P.P.S. One more thing – this special Kettlebell
Express! RELOADED sale is only good until midnight
After that, it will no longer be available.