Win A Free Copy of Extreme Kettlebell Fat Loss

Extreme Kettlebell Fat Loss is coming very soon … and you can win a free copy!

Extreme Kettlebell Fat Loss consists of two components:

1. 21 Fat Burning Kettlebell Cardio Workouts

A workout manual and video series detailing 21 extreme kettlebell cardio workouts. Not for the faint of heart – but if rapid fat loss and extreme cardio conditioning are what you’re after, you’ll love this one …

2. 5 Minute Fat Loss

A manual, video series, and audio program  … walking you through step-by-step how to plan your meals and shed belly fat … 5 minutes at a time!  No meal in this program takes more than 5 minutes to make … and things like planning your days of fat loss eating and making your grocery list will take even less time, because they’re all done for you and included …

So – as an gesture of appreciation to readers of this blog – I’m giving away two free copies of the program.  All you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment on this post detailing your number one problem or frustration that’s keeping you from reaching your fitness goal(s).  I’ll have my assistant go through and pick the best two comments so the contest is as fair as possible.  And all I’ll ask for is a little feedback from the winners after they’ve read through the program, watched the videos and tried the workouts themselves.

One catch though – the contest ends 11:59 pm Pacific Time, Monday, May 28th.  So you gotta act quick!  Leave a comment below to get entered to win … and keep an eye on your e-mail inbox to get first word of EKFL’s official release!

101 thoughts on “Win A Free Copy of Extreme Kettlebell Fat Loss

  1. Heather

    My biggest frustration is trying to keep my diet on track! I have the workouts down, just fall off the diet wagon too much! HELP!

  2. My biggest frustration are the plateaus that I seem to hit as I am training. It seems like I get these really awesome bursts of momentum and progress and then WHAM! it is weeks and in a few cases months before I make progress again. I am not sloppy on my diet and really love the workout programs that I do but the plateaus hurt! Hoping your new book can give me some added PUNCH! in my efforts. Love the Kettlebell and have a goal of being RKC certified within the next 2 years. Thanks for the chance to share (and win too!)

  3. Injury. Injuries seem to be slowing me up from achieving goals. Along with that, fighting the urge to hurry up and get back to where I was before the injurie(s). That part is a mental challenge for me.

  4. Kathy

    I biggest problem is mood eating. I get in a mood and I binge eat on anything I can find.

    I need to learn to control my moods and do something different to improve them.

  5. Dan

    My challenge is eating healthy and consistency. Fueling for workouts can become tough when having high calorie high fat lunches before an evening workout session.

  6. Martin

    I’ve been doing kettlebell training for about 6 months now, and its been the best thing that’s ever happened to me fitness wise. One snag is, though I’ve seen a lot of tips on how to execute the snatch, swing, clean and some others, but how accurate would it be to learn from these videos? I never know if its right or wrong. So, your website has been quite a big help for me, to clarify a few things, but still would like to learn more. Also, I have no choice but to go solo on this, because I don’t think there are any qualified RKC instructors in South Africa 🙁 Anyhoo, brilliant site, and always top of your game…thank you Comrade!

  7. Robyn Durham

    I need to have a routine that I don’t have to put together myself! And one that changes up every several weeks.

  8. Jack Carney

    My biggest challenge is eating and working out on the road. I broke a bone in my back about a year ago and was out of commission for six months and now need to lose about 15 pounds and gain muscle. I started doing Crossfit several years ago and that is where I first encountered the kettlebell. I have since purchased my own and like the versatility but have never gotten on a specific program. I am starting a project out of town in the next couple weeks and would love to try this out.

  9. MattS

    2 years ago I joined a ranger Training program that changed my life. I dropped 63 lbs and still have more to lose. I train with KB 2 – 3 times a week and Ican tell the difference in my body already. My bigest struggle is making bad food choices or making healthy choices but too much! Creating a bigger deficit in calories has been hard but keeping up with KBs is helping me reach my goals. Even if I don’t “win” I do win because anyone swinging a kettle bell is a winner!

  10. I’m a father of the two most wonderful kinds in the world one is 9 yeas old the other 5 yeas old, I was at 365 Lbs when one morning my oldest son ask me why I did not did any exercise?, he told me that he will accompany me to walk in the park if I wanted to (that day I decided to change, to free my self from the prison I’m living in), today I’m at 308 Lbs thanks to clean eating and walking, I find out about Kettlebells and got me one out of a local superstore (35 Lbs) where I live there are no Kettlebells instructors or gyms, and on the local gyms the ownes and instructors never seen a Kettlebell, I’m doing the best that I can from youtube instructional videos about Kettlebells workouts but I’m still lacking proper training and a solid plan to do so and what to do for work ups and for over all training with the Kettlebell, the price what you are offering will help me continue my journey and to reach it with solid understanding on what I’m doing, Thank you and I hope you pick me!

  11. Jeanine

    Help! I’m an Air Force wife who is stationed in Arizona – the kids are out of school for the summer and it’s already been 102 degrees in Tucson! With the kids home and my husband traveling for work, I need an outlet from this HEAT! I’ve already got the motivation and inspiration from your blog – I just need a workout program to follow now!

  12. My biggest challenge is that I have so much weight too lose, and I start and stop exercising and eating right. I’ll be on a row doing everything and then something happens and I stop and give up for awhile. However, I’m committed to doing one just thing and mastering that, then the next thing.

  13. Christine Seymour

    The one thing I have trouble with is the stomach “pouch.” I’ve changed my diet, I work out hard, what am I missing?

  14. Michael

    I am a determined individual who intends to get fit again and lose some wieght. I am now 63 years of age and from my mid 20`s until my mid 50`s, i was very fit and the correct weight for my age for all of those years. At 56 years i developed a number of health issues which include an under active thryoid, Balance and back probelems. I can no longer train at the gym so i bought myself a kettle bell which i have been using with some success by using exercises and routines which i have put together myself. I have come to realise, through watching you videos how important form is but i am not trained or qualified as a kettlebell trainner so i do not understand what exercises to do, how many reps, and in what sequence to apply them to devlop and improve specific areas of my body and improve my fitness. So if i was able to win your latest programme then i would be able to achieve my goal of getting fit and lossing weight.

  15. Bill

    My biggest challenge is finding a detailed exercise and nutrition plan that fits an active family man as well as a motivational support group too.

    Best of Success to You !


  16. Sandra

    I am fascinated with kettlebells, but still not able to master all the techniques and routines to achieve my goals. I’m 65 and need the extra help, because I truly believe this is the ultimate way to become fit. I won’t give up, no matter what.

  17. Lois

    I think my number one problem is consistency. I do well for awhile and then I let the stresses of life or negative self-talk to derail me. Then I get discouraged because I have lost ground and feel like I’m not getting anywhere. I love working out with kettlebells and following a set plan would help with this consistency!!

  18. Brian Barron

    I work so hard training with kettlebells but getting my diet right is tough. I work shift work and planning meals ahead is hard especially when my office is a patrol car and I’m rarely in it. This Looks like a great new plan to add to my workouts and diet. Can’t wait!

  19. Jason rawding

    Motivation can be a big problem with me, but when it’s done it’s the best feeling in the world. Also the feeling of frustration at not having clear,good,easy to follow program, I seem to jump back a fro between workouts just to make it interesting.

  20. Jim

    one of the many things I like about kettlebell workouts is the mental engagement…it’s a whole-body, whole-mind workout that is challenging and fun. Using kettlebells is nothing like pushing a fat set of weights up and down. I am hooked!

  21. I teach Kettlebells every Sunday and Monday to ExTREME PEOPLE… Spartan runners, firefighters, Iron. Men and women .. I love a good kick in the ass to give them
    I would LOVE. This!!!

  22. Cecilia Jasper

    Glad I finally found kettlebells. Gave me the boost I needed to begin working out again. Moving on to an RKC workshop in a couple weeks. Not certification, just familiarization and RKC prep.


  23. Melissa

    I’m like everybody else, I have a few “problem” areas on my body that I’d like to work on. I would love to get more into KBs, but need a routine that I can follow. I eat fairly clean all week long, and try hard not to screw up too bad on the weekend. I’ve already lost about 50 lbs over the last 4 years with diet and exercise, so I really want to kick it up a notch and get more definition in my muscles.

  24. Chad

    The main thing for me is keeping the diet in check. I love working out but I love eating, so without the latter id probably be 4 spins on the scale.

  25. Regina

    My biggest obstacle is keeping my motivation level up. I have an unfortunate way of talking myself out of finishing what I start. A lack of energy is also an issue. With no energy it’s easy to listen to myself when I start talking my way out of workouts.

  26. Plateauing. Actually, i’ve gotten away from kettlebell’s as i’ve gotten more into running. This program would more than likely help me to even out the two…and get me off the plateau as i’d like to lose another ten to twenty pounds.


    B.J. Indiana

  27. Irina

    My biggest problem is sticking with it. I love kettle bells. I think, kettle bells are God given: they combine both cardio and strength training. It is my favorite workout.

    So, I would be following my diet and workout program and moving forward. Then I would hit a plateau. This is when I have to increase intensity and tighten my belt (go stricter on my diet) but instead, I go into “screw it!” mode and have a cocktail (or two) with cheese and crackers instead. Then, when I get thrown back to where I started, I get a wake-up call, but now I have to start everything all over again. And I have been running in circles like this for a very long time.

  28. Alicia Boonzaaier

    I’m a ‘newly minted’ HKC ! Looooving it so much. My biggest challenge? Deffinitely getting the time to work on my own programme – as most of my time and energies go into planning for and working with my wonderful clients! Would also love to get new and fresh programs and ideas? I just know that winning this combo is gonna make a huge difference and its going to be great help! What also is really frustrating is that people in general don’t know what a kettlebell is – anything to help me spread the ‘kettlebell-gospel’ will benefit me and others tremendously!! Win-win situation. Thank u so much for this amazing opportunity – and all the know-how you’ve already taught me via the Net – warm greetings from beautiful Hermanus, Wester Cape, South Africa!!

  29. Tim Hyde

    My biggest frustration is trying to find a set time each day to workout. Raising three kids and having to drive over one hour to work everyday, makes it difficult to keep a regular schedule.

  30. My biggest frustration is that my goal is so huge that I occasionally forget how much progress I’ve actually made.

    I started at 275 at the beginning of this year. Through a kettlebell-centered workout routine and a healthy diet, I’m down to 250 as of yesterday. I think I’ve made some decent progress, but I’m still considered clinically obese. I’m trying to find a balance between enjoying my success and “keeping my eye on the prize.”

    It’s also frustrating that there are no RKC-certified trainers anywhere near me, but you’ve helped with that somewhat with your posts and videos and I have a long-term goal of filling that void.

  31. Krešo Sopina

    As I have less and less time to exercise it is hard to be smart enough and make some reasonably good exercise plan which I could follow. I have two 16kg kettlebells and I follow some of routine you posted, or share on your blog. They are very effective and would like to see your complete program.

  32. Sam Prindle

    Hi Forest!

    I think the most frustrating thing about most programs is that they’re not simple or realistic as a life-long solution. Forest, is this the one?

    Thank you for looking out for us!


    Sam Prindle
    Lisbon Falls, Maine

  33. Mary

    Just reading the previous comments, I realize there are many people who are worthy of this great gift! As an older exerciser, who works six days a week, I find it so difficult to set the time aside for longer than 30 minutes. That is why I love the kettlebell. There is so much you can do in such a short time, but finding a program that hits the specific areas in such a short time is difficult. This along with a diet program would be welcomed by everyone! Thanks for this wonderful promotion.

  34. James

    I get distracted by too much workout information. i.e. start a workout routine, then find something else that sounds good and do that for awhile. Trying to do too many things at one time. Getting back into shape with my KB and need a solid program to follow.

  35. Bill

    The biggest problem I have is staying motivated to train. I am an older guy (56) that has always been active playing racquet ball, archery, weight training but at 50 started having problems with the back which occasionally hurts. Its the days that the back hurts that I really can’t force myself to train. I too have trouble keeping a regular training schedule.

  36. My goal is to, when I get old, being able to look back at my life knowing that I have been a role model for my two daughters (today at the ages of 1 and 3) also when it comes to diet, exercise and living a healthy lifestyle in general.
    I am very inspired by Mark Sisson’s approach on a Paleolithic lifestyle, and am currently in the progress of changing my life in that direction (dropped about 35lb so far, guesstimate I’ve got about another 20-25lb to go).

    My number one problem that keeps me from reaching my goal is not to embrace new information or ideas, but to drop the old ones.
    I do really good for a few months, then I always fall back into my old, bad, habits for a few weeks again…and so it goes on.
    Reaching my goal feels like climbing a mountain of sand…every once in a while I slide down a bit again, but I know that as long as I keep climbing I will eventually reach the top.

    When it comes to exercising kettlebells are my first choice, just love them!!
    Winning this competition would definitely help keeping me motivated to keep climbing, and I’m more than happy to share my thoughts and input on it!!

    I’m also familiar with Geoff Neupert’s “Kettlebell Burn” program, and it would be really interesting to compare your view on fat loss with his.

    Thanks for a very inspiring blog, and no matter if I win or not I wish all the readers the best of luck to reach your goals!

    Best Regards,
    Peter, Sweden

  37. Mark Simmons

    One of my biggest frustrations at the moment is that my job requires me to sit 8 to 8.5 hours per day with very few chances to get up at all. I think the sitting is also giving me back problems and no matter if I work out 5 -6 days a week, I can no longer offset the sitting. I’ve read a number of articles that conclude the same thing. It’s very difficult to overcome so much inactivity, especially at 53. I fought it for years, sometimes losing weight, sometimes just maintaining but over the last couple I just can’t seem to win the battle anymore.

  38. Brian McDonough

    My biggest problem is lack of knowledge of kettlebells & difficulty finding a good kettlebell trainer like yourself. I am in my 60’s and want to stay fit & healthy so i can keep working for years. I want to improve my Heart & Lungs and avoid heart problems or strokes.
    Thank you for this chance for your course.

  39. dave

    Just picked up a second job to help support pregnant wife due in July. Nearly impossible to find time to.workout and when I do I’m exhausted from working.

  40. Carol

    I am the Mother of a son who is a two time World Record Holder in Swimming and who attend Stanford University on a full scholarship. While working to help off-set my daughter’s Law School expenses 3 years ago, I was in a horrible car accident that nearly took my life on I-80 in Vacaville. My life was totally flipped upside down in a matter of seconds. Up until then, I was fit and felt fabulous. Since then, I have gained 50+ pounds and feel like a “beached whale” because I am in pain and it is an effort to exercise. I would be honored to be selected for your course and be given the opportunity to shed the pounds that so easily were packed on in the blink of an eye. I hope that you will consider me. Thank you for your kind offer!

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