I have to chuckle to myself sometimes when I get customer service emails.
I got an email this morning from someone who bought my rapid fat loss program, Kettlebell Burn EXTREME!.
He said, he read the materials this weekend, but since he’s been around the KB community for awhile, there was nothing “new” to him. So he wanted a refund.
I just smiled and shook my head.
(Mind you, he hand’t actually DONE the program. Just “read” it.)
You know what?
That information isn’t “new” to me either.
It was 20 years ago this year – March of 1996 to be exact, that I stumbled on the formula for rapid fat loss.
But you know what?
I STILL use it.
Because it WORKS.
Like a charm.
(And I still use it for strength work, not just rapid fat loss.)
You know what DOESN’T work?
Being a “know-it-all.”
If you look at something on paper, like this guy did, and dismiss it because it’s not “new” – you know what’s gonna happen to you?
You’ll continue to be stuck right where you are.
Swings every day will produce results compared to nothing.
The reality is, your results are relative your level of knowledge, wisdom, and understanding.
Knowledge = what you know
Wisdom = how you apply what you know
Understanding = when to apply what you know
Many people know about kettlebells.
Many know how to swing correctly.
But having the wisdom to program the swing appropriately?
Not everyone has that.
And very few people are willing to “up their game” to find out what they don’t know, so they can apply that to what they do know and make what they do know more applicable.
That’s called “understanding.”
Here’s a massive “understanding” bomb which most people either don’t know or refuse to acknowledge:
The people who actually accomplish the results they say they want -
(Lots of people say they want a leaner, stronger, healthier body, but very few people actually take the time to discover what that really takes and then apply those discoveries…)
Understand that they have to “do” with what they already have before they can apply anything “new.”
All the “new” in the world can’t make up for the “do.”
“Do” then “new.”
Then repeat the cycle.
Speaking of “do” v. “new” –
If you’ve been struggling to strip off body fat, it’s the “doing” where that actually happens.
According to a 20 YEAR study – not one of those 6-week studies done with some weird sub-populations that doesn’t apply to you –
There was one way people “lost weight” and kept it off.
PS – As an aside – If you’re interested in rapid fat loss, and are willing to follow directions, whether those directions are “new” to you or not –