Imagine for a moment that you suddenly knew exactly what to do to lose that stubborn body fat. Imagine spending less time working out and more time doing the things you love.
Now imagine combining the two – a scientifically based kettlebell training program that allows you strip the unwanted fat from your body in less than 3 hours per week.
Here’s the Truth – kettlebells are great for stripping off unwanted body fat – up to 2 to 3 pounds per week – but let me tell you why you’re currently not…
In fact, it’s been said that just doing Swings and Get Ups is “all you need” – at least for strength and conditioning.
But there just can’t be some randomness to their use in your workouts. Then you’re falling back into the “Random Acts of Variety” trap.
The truth is a successful kettlebell fat loss program must be deliberately and thoughtfully planned and it must respect the Elements of Progression.
Most kettlebell fat loss programs don’t do this. For example, what if the program says you’re supposed to do 5 sets of 5 of Presses or Swings for a minute, but you can’t? How do you adapt that for your own current fitness levels?
You probably can’t. (Not without help anyway. Plus, who’s got the time to sit there and figure that out…?)
So these elements of progression must be unique to the user – to you, because none of us have exactly the same fitness levels.
Therefore you – the user – must be able to control the pace of your own fat loss workout based on your own fitness level otherwise you risk overtraining and even injury.
In order to accomplish this, we need to look in two seemingly contradictory places for our solution.
We are going to look into two different “worlds” – the World of Science and the World of Hard Knocks. Combined, they produce the following five strategies:
If you look at the pound-for-pound strongest athletes in the world, they are arguably middleweight Powerlifters. But here’s the kicker – they’re not only really strong, they’re really lean too.
Because when you lift heavy (for you), your body requires more energy than when you lift lighter weights.
So in essence, when you access those Type 2b muscle fibers… Read more…