Today, I have a special Halloween kettlebell workout for you … but before you check it out, it’s very important that you read the story of the crazy kettlebell man. You’ll learn about the history of this crazy kettlebell and body weight circuit session.
Oh – and happy Halloween!
It’s Halloween night. You’re on the way back from a costume party when your friends decide it’d be a good idea to drive to the outskirts of town to check out a haunted mansion …
You pull off the road and park the car at the back of the property. The house itself is on the top of a hill, still quite a distance away … it’s a dark and cloudy night and the road is pitch black with no streetlamps.
You shiver as you follow your friends into the woods …
It’s a long and spooky walk. You finally arrive at an overgrown lawn that looks up at the house.
You glance up at the third story and the windows gape at you like dark eyes. Suddenly, a ball of light appears in the window … you’re sure your friends told you the house was abandoned!
The light seems to float, and before your eyes, it forms into a hulking giant. You gasp in shock … and the figure begins to swing a giant ball-shaped object.
“Let’s get out of here!” You cry … your friends apparently saw the figure, too, and the group sprints to the car and speeds away.
“What was that?” You ask.
“Don’t you know?” Says your buddy. “It was the crazy kettlebell man!”
You shriek. “The crazy kettlebell man?”
“Yep. A team of kettlebell lifters lived in the mansion. They were Girevoy sport world champions … until the team captain went mad and killed them all. They say he still haunts the mansion to this day and tries to lure visitors in to join his crazy kettlebell circuit workouts.”
Shivering, your friends drop you off and you head home. For the rest of the night, your dreams are filled with images of the crazy kettlebell man trying to lure you to his mansion, swinging his giant kettlebell …
P.S. Check out the video below for the crazy kettlebell man’s favorite kettlebell and body weight circuit workout: