The “Lazy” Way To Lose Fat?

Yesterday we started talking about the 3 different types of
fat loss.

I want to continue with part 1 – what could be the laziest
way I know of to lose fat.


Before we go deeper, let me tell you who this is for:

If the thought of doing one of those focused, intensive, 12
to 16 week fat loss programs sounds daunting, then this is
for you.

Yeah, you –

You’re already stacked with work and it’s not even the end
of the first week of January.

You’re already running the kiddos back and forth and forth
and back and feel your blood pressure rise every time you
try to race the clock to get everyone where they need to
be when they need to be there.

And you perpetually feel like you’re crushed for time.

Yeah, you.

I know how you feel.

I was supposed to get up at 430 this morning to get my day

I didn’t.

I got up at 6 because I slept in the basement and tossed and
turned all night.

Plus, I stayed up an hour later than I should to finish a
work project.

Honestly, I feel like I’m constantly racing the clock and
I’m ALWAYS trying to beat it.

There always feels like I have more work than I have day.

(I do.)

And I’m always feeling like I’m behind.

Know how that feels?

So, the thought of doing some kind of hardcore, rapid fat loss
program that has me incredibly regimented is the absolute last
thing I want to do right now.

(Well, that and I’m sitting at about 10% body fat, with no
pressing urgency to get to single digit body fat any time

So if that describes you in any way, shape or form, then the
lazy way to fat loss is going to be right up your alley.

And let me just put this caveat out:

I’m not saying you’re lazy if you adopt this approach to fat

Heavens no!

If you’re schedule is already swamped, you’re the farthest
thing from it.

I call it the “lazy” way to fat loss because doing this
requires so little effort – you may feel lazy like you have
to do more.

Trust me, you don’t.

And this has nothing to do with “low carb” or “low fat” or
“carb cycling” or “complexes” or any of the things associated
with any traditional diets or fat loss workouts.

Here’s how this works:

1. Type of Training.

You learn how to use or plan on using a pair of kettlebells.


Because there’s more demand on your body.

And that means your body will change faster.

Simple really.

2. How To Train.

Skip all the complexes and chains and circuits or whatnot.


They cost too much psychological arousal, which in turn
zaps you of your already precious energy.

Instead, take a page from the pro’s – or at leas the guys
and girls who look the best: Middleweight Olympic lifters,
gymnasts, and sprinters -

Train heavy.

And train explosively.

99% of the time.

This uses your energy hungry type 2b muscle fibers.

And it increases your body’s ability to burn fat.

3. When To Train.

Whenever it fits in your schedule.

Keep your sessions relatively short.

Between 10 and 30 minutes.

The “STRONG!” and “One” programs from “”
are perfect.

4. What To Eat.

I don’t care.

Just don’t be a pig.

And more importantly –

Skip breakfast.

Every day.

It increases your fat burning hormones and enzymes and allows
you to burn more fat by extending your already fasted state
you created from sleeping.

Of course, there’s one more key, mission critical thing.

And doing this has the potential to increase your fat burning
capability by a whopping 50%!

What is it?

I’ve detailed it and how the “no breakfast” thing works in a
new report (Heck, it’s actually more of a program, because I
don’t just tell you about it – I SHOW you how to do it) –

“The Lazy Fat Loss Protocols”

And it’s yours FREE when you get your copy of “Kettlebell
STRONG!” today.

So, want the laziest way I know of to lose fat AND want to
increase your fat-burning capability by 50%?

Then get your copy of “Kettlebell STRONG!” today and I’ll
send it over to you when I get a copy of your receipt in my
email notifications.

Talk soon.


P.S. You may be wondering how much weight / fat you’re going
to lose with this approach.

I’d say conservatively 0.5 to 1.0 pound a week, depending on
how much you have to lose to begin with. Obviously, the more
you have to lose, the more you’ll lose.

As to how well this “lift heavy and explosively” approach
works for fat loss, here’s what Guy Bedard said in an email
to me last fall:

“Since the beginning of the year (late winter), I started at
213 pounds and now weigh 170 using your ‘Strong’ protocols,
not bad eh?”

Nope, not bad at all.

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