Where Will You Be In…?

… 5 years…

… 10 years…

… 15 years…

… 20 years…

Do you know?

Will you be lying on a table recovering from having your chest cracked open and 4 major arteries replaced with your loved ones weeping around you?

Will you be spending 100s of dollars a month on meds for preventable diseases, like type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure that you could use to enjoy other things – like nice dinners out or weekend getaways?

None of these things make you a bad person, or any less of a person, but they do inhibit your freedom and your quality of life.

Just ask anyone who’s been through these things – who takes these meds and what happens when they stop taking them without medical clearance…

And although none of us can say with 100% certainty, I can say that my plan is to be healthy, strong and lean.


Because for the better part of my life I have been.

Compare that to my dad.

As much as I love my dad, he and I are polar opposites.

(I love my dad dearly.)

When I was younger, he and I even had the typical father-son rivalry where, in our case, the son (yours truly) was always trying to one-up the old man.

(I don’t do that stuff anymore.)


My dad is in an assisted living facility.

He just turned 69.

He’s been there for almost 2 years.

That means he entered just after he turned 68.


Because he’s really never taken care of himself.

What’s my point in telling you this?

Because, the odds are against you and so are the facts:

If you don’t take care of yourself when you’re younger, someone will most likely be taking care of you when you’re older.

Nursing homes are littered with people who prove this point.


Because they lost their physical strength and the muscle mass that supports it.

It’s really, in most cases, that simple.


The evidence is in – This downhill slide starts right around age 35.

Worse Yet:

All the traditional fat loss training – kettlebell or otherwise – won’t keep it from happening.


You need to actively pursue getting stronger.

And you need to actively pursue getting more muscular.


The stronger you are, the easier life is – the less physically dependent you are on others.

And muscle?

Muscle is your “metabolic machinery.”

It’s what uses energy – you know – the stuff stored in all those “trouble spots” as fat.

So the stronger you are, and the more muscle you have on your body, the more work you can do and the more body fat you can burn off and keep off.
That’s why I’ve done the unthinkable:

I’ve put “Kettlebell STRONG!” on sale.

If you’re tired of not reaching your goals, and want to prepare yourself for a vibrant future, go here to learn more.

Talk soon.


PS – “Kettlebell STRONG!” is on sale for the next 48 hours only.

This is the ONLY time I plan on doing this.


Go here to find out.

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