Win a Free Copy of Kettlebell Challenge Workouts

by admin on January 16, 2013

My new Kettlebell Challenge Workouts program is coming very soon … and you can win a free copy!!

It’s a “mega-bundle” of more than a dozen kick-a@@ kettlebell challenge workouts you can do any time, any place, with just a single kettlebell and your own body weight, and in 20 minutes or less.  And the full program will be officially available in a few short days …

So, as we get the finishing touches of the delivery process ironed out, and as a gesture of appreciation to you, a loyal reader, I’ve decided to give away two free copies of the program before I officially release it.

All you have to do to win your copy is leave a comment on this post detailing your number one fitness goal … and your biggest obstacle/frustration/etc. that’s keeping you from accomplishing it.  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.

Leave a comment below to get entered to win … and keep an eye on your e-mail inbox to get first word of the Kettlebell Challenge Workouts program’s official release!

 

{ 118 comments… read them below or add one }

tj in oz January 18, 2013 at 2:40 pm

my number 1 goal is to halve my body fat from about 22 percent and get an athletic looking build looking younger than my near 50 years. I have tso obstacles. one 6 and the other 3. twenty minutes . . . that I could do 3 to 4 days or week.

Reply

Marjorie Wimmersberger January 18, 2013 at 3:22 pm

As a 58 year old Kettlebell instructor I lift lighter kb’s to teach. Have to be able to talk and observe! How do I increase my own max weight in short workouts that don’t leave me drained for my many classes?

Reply

Greg January 18, 2013 at 3:34 pm

My goal is the overhead squat 2 x 53# kb for 5 reps. Oh and muscle ups. Challenge is flexibility and grip strength.

Reply

Bo January 18, 2013 at 3:57 pm

My goal is to tighten up and rasise my strength levels. The biggest problem is partners, high school teacher with a crazy schedule. I find time but many times train alone not the best.

Reply

roy January 18, 2013 at 5:06 pm

My number one fitness goal as I head into my 5th decade (I cant believe i’ll be 51 this year!) is to get into the best shape of my life and reduce my bodyfat. My father’s side has a long history of obesity and heart disease which has led to shortened life spans. I will break this cycle and be an example to my kids and grandkids.
My biggest obstacle has been time. I work 50+ hrs plus i am trying to finish my degree. I work out in the mornings before work and need short yet effective workouts. I have ‘dabbled’ with kettleballs at my gym but I believe i could be more efficient and have success if i started a kettleball routine at home. This would be a great time saver and from everything i’ve seen, kettleballs look like the solution to fatloss as well as getting a fit body.
i’m ready to make this the best year and reach all my goals in fitness as well as my personal and professional life.
Let’s do this!!

Reply

Wanda January 18, 2013 at 5:30 pm

What can I say, 21 years ago, I gave birth to my last child and I’ve tried everything humanly possible to try and get my pre-baby body back. I like the fact that the workouts are short, to the point and also use bodyweight. This could really help those with limitations. Congrats on the new book, and I’ll be getting it as soon as it becomes available.

Reply

Heather January 18, 2013 at 6:09 pm

I want to keep my size/weight consistent (I’m a fluctuator). My biggest struggle is self-sabotage…binge eating just when I’m feeling/looking good. Then that starts a spiral of over eating for a few days usually.

Reply

Mike January 18, 2013 at 8:38 pm

I’m 54 years old and what I like to do is gain lean muscle and lose body fat. I currently around 24 %. Stay consistent, and my diet are my biggest obstacles. Love to get the program.

Reply

claudia January 18, 2013 at 8:41 pm

I discovered kettlebeel 3 yeas ago and my first goal was simpy to be fit and feel ok later aftre training improved and I understood how kettlebell was excellent I strated to use it for specific goal being a tennis player kettlebell become perfect to simulate the time training . Now I use them for strenght, burning fat keeping my metabolism up.
I have become addicted to kettlebell that I use to mix with bodyweight

Reply

AMANDA January 18, 2013 at 9:01 pm

HOLA PRIMERO QUE NADA GRACIAS POR DARNOS LA OPORTUNIDAD DE TENER UNOS DE TUS GRANDES LIBROS, Y PODER ASI LOGRAR NUESTROS PROPOSITOS.
SOY UNA MUJER DE 50 AÑOS MI PROPOSITO ES LOGRAR HACER MUSCULO PARA TENER MENOS GRASA YA QUE A CIERTA EDAD ESO OCURRE EL MUSCULO SE PIERDE Y SE LLENA DE GRASA UNO. Y EN REALIDAD MI FRUSTRACION ES QUE HE HECHO DE TODO Y NO LOGRO REALIZARLO, HE OIDO DEL ENTRENAMIENTO DE KETTLEBEL QUE ES CARDIO Y FORMAS MUSCULO PERO NO TENGO IDEA DE COMO ENTRENAR ASI.
DE NUEVO AGRADESCO ESTA OPORTUNIDAD UNICA Y DIOS QUIERA SALGA AGRACIADA. UN SALUDO
AMANDA.

Reply

Carlos del Valle January 19, 2013 at 2:15 am

My number one fitness goal: Exercise with regularity to lose weight and bodyfat. My biggest obstacle/frustration that’s keeping me from accomplishing this is time, stress, or other activities that seem to get in the way and which I allow, where I find it hard to even start exercising which I love to do. Thanks. 1/18/13.

Reply

Carlos January 19, 2013 at 2:18 am

My number one fitness goal: Exercise with regularity to lose weight and bodyfat. My biggest obstacle/frustration that’s keeping me from accomplishing this is time, stress, or other activities that seem to get in the way and which I allow, where I find it hard to even start exercising which I love to do. Thanks. 1/18/13.

Reply

Noahshawn January 19, 2013 at 11:39 pm

I appreciate the simplistic representation of your workout designs. It goes great lengths to check in, grab a workout idea and get to it. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and your interest in KB lifting. Best of luck to you on your continued endeavors.

Reply

Tim Fox January 20, 2013 at 8:46 pm

Trying to cut fat after 50 is extremely chanllenging in addition to a traveling schedule and trying to eat healthy on the road. My goal is cut 20 lbs and reduce bodyfat by 10%.

Reply

Stephen Sledge January 20, 2013 at 10:26 pm

Over the past few years, my overall fitness is reduced, primarily from some lingering injuries and starting a new career. My goal is to reduce my bodyfat by 10-15% and be more physically active.

Reply

admin January 23, 2013 at 7:43 am

All -

Just want to say thanks again to all who entered the contest. This has given me SO much insight into what your goals are, and what kind of obstacles you have in your way of reaching them.

This info is a HUGE help moving forward, in creating new blog posts, videos, and products to help you reach your ultimate fitness goals!

Keep training hard -

Forest

Reply

Nancy Mincy January 25, 2013 at 7:43 am

Coming out of nearly a year of being housebound and am so very weak.
Need a starter course so as not to tear anything, yet still achieve muscle
building on a very flacid frame. Have one kettlebell of 8kg. My shoulders and wrists are
very weak so appreciate different positions for pushups, none of which I can presently do. Age is
a state of mind, not a calendar date, for all those who feel their age is a problem.

Reply

ron canuel February 20, 2013 at 8:49 pm

i started training with kettlebells 3 years ago, i went from 225 down to 190 with kettlebell training and diet,i would love to get some new workouts with a free copy of your book !!!

Reply

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: