15 Min KB/BW Burner

If you are like me, your life can get HECTIC.

Balancing family life with work life and everything else in between, sometimes it feels like you need more hours in the day!

Are you with me?

Here’s where – when it comes to staying fit – kettlebells can be an incredible solution.

If you have a KB or two, and a space set up in a corner of your house or in your garage or wherever else, you can get a solid workout in 15-20 minutes – like the one below:


15 Min KB/BW Burner

Do 4 rounds as fast as possible:

– 5 snatch OR 10 1 arm swing – right side
– 10 mountain climbers (per side)
– 5 snatch OR 10 1 arm swing
– 10 opposite shoulder touch (per side)
– 5 snatch OR 10 1 arm swing – right side
– Side plank hold – 30 seconds – right side
– 5 snatch OR 10 1 arm swing – left side
– Side plank hold – 30 seconds – left side


That kettlebell / bodyweight workout should take you 15 minutes or less.

You’ll hit all your major muscle groups, and get a MAJOR burn on.

So skip your TV show, get off social media, NO EXCUSES! Get it done.

Train hard, ’till next time –

– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certifed Kettlebell Instructor

PS – We are still looking for 19 more people to join our upcoming 28 Day KBs for Fat Loss Challenge.

It kicks off Monday, June 4th!

Keep reading if you are interested, link to apply is at the bottom of this message πŸ™‚

If YOU are:

– Looking to tighten up and cut down for the summer
– Not getting the results you’d like from your current program
– Just ready to get serious and take your results to the next level

My 28 Day KB Challenge could be EXACTLY what you need to make it happen.

We run several of these online Challenges each year, and the participants get incredible results.

And this is my personal invite to YOU to apply!


Now this Challenge is NOT for everyone.

First requirement is that you need to have a kettlebell or two to do the workouts. You don’t need 5 or 10 or 20 or anything like that – but you do need one or two, ideally a 8k or 12k and a 16k or 20k for women, and a 12k or 16k and a 20k or 24k for men.

Second, you need to be able to commit the time to do the workouts. Three to four times per week, 20-30 minutes is what you’ll need.

Third, we have a complete meal planning guide we give to you when you sign up that tells you exactly how and what to eat – you need to be able to commit to following that for at least the 28 days, to really get the best results.

And finally, you need to be SERIOUS about making a change, and be willing to come into the Challenge and the group with a positive, can-do attitude.

Ready to rock?

Sumbit your interest form at the link below, look forward to hearing from you:


– Forest Vance
Certified Kettlebell Instructor
Master of Science, Human Movement

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