That’s really the question, isn’t it?

WHY are you using your KBs?

Is it to get leaner?

To get stronger?

To recapture some sort of movement loss?

Next question:

Is it working?

In other words:

Are you getting the results you want?

If not, why not?

So many of us get into this working out thing – even with

KBs and somehow lose the forest for the trees.

We lose sight of the main reason we got started in the first

We forget, as productivity expert Stephen Covey, says,
to “Keep the main thing, the main thing.”

What is it you want to do – or better yet – BE?


I want to be strong AND lean.

One of the best ways to get strong and lean is to learn how 
to use a pair of KBs.

Learn how to swing them…

… Squat them…

… Press them…

… Snatch them…

… Clean them…

… And jerk them.

Then you’ll be plenty strong.

For women – learn how to do this with a pair of 12kg/26lb

Men – a pair of 24kg/53lb will do the trick.

If that sounds out of reach, it’s not.

It’s easier than you think.

I’ll show you not only how to start but how to progress until
you reach your goal inside “Kettlebell STRONG!”.

Keep the main thing the main thing – get your copy here. 

That is unless you prefer wasting your time on the minors.

Talk soon.


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