Got one more sample workout for you in the style of the Basement Badass program.
This one is similar to the workouts we use in the ‘Super Minimalist’ edition –
Check it out:
10 Minute Kettlebell / Bodyweight Workout
Set your timer for 10 minutes. Get as many rounds as you can of the following sequence:
— 5 burpees
— 10 single leg deadlifts (right leg)
— 10 push ups
— 10 single leg deadlifts (left leg)
— 20 jumping jacks
Watch the video that shows you how to do this workout here:
See, while the big barbell lifts are at the heart of Basement Badass, I also know that there are some folks who want to do the program, but don’t have a full barbell set up quite yet –
And so that’s why I put together a ‘Super Minimalist’ version – that’s included for FREE – so that you don’t have to sweat it, and so that you can still get all the muscle building, fat blasting benefits that Basement Badass offers – using short, effective kettlebell and bodyweight – based workouts like this one.
So go grab your copy of Basement Badass at the “Birthday Sale” price at the link below:
I am excited and honored to be leading a Kettlebells for Fat Loss Workshop on Saturday, April 30th at the LEAN Performance Academy in Slidell, Louisiana (just outside of New Orleans).
My good friend Fred Zoller is opening an AMAZING new 8000 square foot facility … and I will be out for the day to lead a workshop at the new digs, as well as to help Fred with incorporating kettlebells as a bigger part of his on-going regular workout programming with his 400+ training clients!
If you are in the New Orleans area, would be great to have you out to the event.
Details and reserve your spot now at the link below (space limited to 20 participants):
PS – Check out this sneak peak video from my new Kettlebell Hacks course on the Towel Swing – it’s footage from a recent workshop we did at the studio to give you an idea of what to expect at one of my live events:
And the weather here in Sacramento is GREAT – perfect for an outdoor workout:
Okay – it’s time for another FVT QnA session.
** Quick reminder that the price on the Forward Head Posture Fix course we’ve been talking about all this week is jumping tonight at midnight – details and snag your copy here => Forward Head Posture Fix **
Let’s hop right in:
Q – “I get lower back pain when doing KB swings. Any suggestions?”
A – There are a lot of reasons why this could be happening.
If you have no pre-existing conditions though to your knowledge, the first place to look is your form.
Here is a video that should help:
Q – “I have (X/Y/Z) injury – how do I work around it?”
A – The key is to keep training.
With the majority of injuries, you CAN keep working, and do SOMETHING.
I am SUCH a big believer in this.
I was back in the gym two days after both my knee surgeries, and my hand surgery as well.
I wasn’t working the body parts that I just had an operation on, obviously – but I was able to work the non-affected areas, and do what I could.
I was able to maintain my fitness, and get back in it a lot faster than if I had just stopped training all together.
Keep it goin’ and do what you can!
Q – “I am looking to start teaching others kettlebells. Would you suggest me to start a online class, or a more private live studio?”
A – I think the easiest and fastest way to start in the fitness business is to train people in person.
You get invaluable experience working with people hands-on.
I think you NEED to work with some clients in person before you start putting programs out on the internet.
Getting your work online and out in the world is GREAT … but it is also HARD! And there are a lot of specific skills you have to learn to make it happen.
The best way to start is to get a few training clients – the first few, train them for free, or for a very low rate – get experience, and get them some GREAT results – and they’ll be telling their friends, and your little business will be growing in no time.