"Finally - A REAL Kettlebell Workout That Melts Fat Off Your Body!"
If you've wanted an EXACT plan to strip off that spare tire, those
lovehandles or saddlebags – then you've come to the right place!
Imagine for a moment that you suddenly knew exactly what to do to lose that stubborn body fat. Imagine spending less time working out and more time doing the things you love.
Now imagine combining the two – a scientifically based kettlebell training program that allows you strip the unwanted fat from your body in less than 3 hours per week.
That would be great, wouldn't it?
Yes it would.
Here's the Truth – kettlebells are great for stripping off unwanted body fat – up to 2 to 3 pounds per week – but let me tell you why you're currently not…
The #1 Reason Most Kettlebell Fat Loss
Swings and Get Ups.
Yup, that's right. They seem to be the magic bullet for kettlebell lifting. They're great exercises and everyone should do them.
But not all the time.
In fact, it's been said that just doing Swings and Get Ups is “all you need” – at least for strength and conditioning.
But not for maximum fat loss.
You need something else – something more.
Purposeful Program Progression
You see Swings and Get Ups are good. Very, very good.
But there just can't be some randomness to their use in your workouts. Then you're falling back into the “Random Acts of Variety” trap.
You must have a way to track your progress.
And that's where Program Design – or rather Elements of Progression come into play.
The program for fat loss has to follow these three rules of physiology:
- The Overload Principle
- The Overcompensation Principle
- The GAS Principle
Let's take a closer look.
- The Overload Principle. Simply stated, you must create a new stimulus each and every time you train in order for your body to adapt to the outcome you're trying to create – in this case, fat loss.
- The Overcompensation Principle. Take a look at your palm. If you swing a kettlebell, you most likely have calluses. They are an example of the Overcompensation Principle. Create a stress, and the body responds by adapting to that stress.
- The GAS Principle. GAS stands for General Adaptation Syndrome, which explains the three stages of adaptation our bodies undergo when exposed to stress – alarm, resistance, exhaustion. See that last word? Exhaustion. The GAS Principle tells us that because of the Overload and Overcompensation Principles, we need the proper rest when training for fat loss.
The truth is a successful kettlebell fat loss program must be deliberately and thoughtfully planned and it must respect the Elements of Progression.
Most kettlebell fat loss programs don't do this. For example, what if the program says you're supposed to do 5 sets of 5 of Presses or Swings for a minute, but you can't? How do you adapt that for your own current fitness levels?
You probably can't. (Not without help anyway. Plus, who's got the time to sit there and figure that out…?)
So these elements of progression must be unique to the user – to you, because none of us have exactly the same fitness levels.
Makes sense, doesn't it?
Therefore you – the user – must be able to control the pace of your own fat loss workout based on your own fitness level otherwise you risk overtraining and even injury.
In order to accomplish this, we need to look in two seemingly contradictory places for our solution.
5 Strategies To Guarantee Maximum Fat Loss With Kettlebells
So, how EXACTLY do you set up your kettlebell workouts to burn maximum amounts of fat?
We are going to look into two different “worlds” – the World of Science and the World of Hard Knocks. Combined, they produce the following five strategies:
- Lift Heavy
- Lift Explosively
- Eliminate Weak Links
- Manage Fatigue
- Elevate The Metabolism
Let's take a closer look.
1. Lift Heavy.
If you look at the pound-for-pound strongest athletes in the world, they are arguably middleweight Powerlifters. But here's the kicker – they're not only really strong, they're really lean too.
Why is that?
Because when you lift heavy (for you), your body requires more energy than when you lift lighter weights.
This is because the muscle fibers responsible for doing so – Type 2b fibers – are the biggest and strongest of the muscle fibers in your body.
So in essence, when you access those Type 2b muscle fibers through heavy lifting, you are doing more work. The goal of heavy lifting is to acquire and generate the ability to produce more force.
The higher the force output, the more energy required and therefore more calories burned.
2. Lift Explosively.
When we look again into the School of Hard Knocks, we see that there are two other groups of athletes who we can take fat loss pointers from – Olympic Weightlifters and Sprinters. (Apart from the Superheavyweights, most Olympic weightlifters have single digit bodyfat levels.)
Why are they so lean?
Because they lift (or move) explosively.
Lifting explosively requires the body to use the same muscle fibers – the Type 2b's, as it does when lifting heavy. Doing so uses incredibly large amounts of energy.
Again, more work performed, more calories burned.
The kettlebell ballistic exercises – yes, the Swing, but also the Clean, the Snatch, the Push Press, and the Jerk all demand a high energy output. So again, the more energy required, the more calories burned. And that's exactly what we want for fat loss.
3. Eliminate Weak Links.
Let's face it – most of us don't have the time or the patience (ok, patience really) to spend on a corrective exercise program, even though we know we should. We've got a bum shoulder, bad back, or trick knee, and we know we should take care of it, but that would get in the way of our fat loss efforts.
Or would it…?
What if you could include your corrective exercise to eliminate your weak links into your fat loss program? That would be great, wouldn't it?
Yes, it would.
Imagine a program that took care of all your needs – helped you rehab that bum shoulder and took care of that sore back.
And why is that important for a fat loss program?
I thought you'd never ask.
When you have injuries and movement compensations, your body doesn't work the way it was designed, so it literally works against itself the more you load it with your kettlebell.
When it is working correctly, then you have greater ranges of motion and more coordination – both of which result in higher force production, which in turn results in more work performed, which of course results in more calories burned.
Neat way to look at it, huh?
4. Manage Fatigue.
So far we've mentioned the Type 2b muscle fibers twice – so obviously they're important to our cause. Here's something else that's important to our cause – being able to control the levels of fatigue while working out.
Why is that?
Because, what many people fail to realize (or don't know) is that in the presence of fatigue, you momentarily become weaker. Sounds like a “no-brainer” I know, but science has shown us that a by-product of higher repetition exercise is lactic acid. And science has also shown us that lactic acid interferes with muscle contraction, specifically of the Type 2b muscle fibers.
Therein lies the problem with high rep fat loss programs.
You cannot produce as much force as you should to burn enough calories because fatigue gets in the way. (And if you keep going, your form breaks down, which leads to injury, also not good for fat loss…)
So how do you do enough work with heavy weights to burn enough calories to lose fat?
By specifically controlling and managing that fatigue – at your own pace, not mine. And that's the key. This method allows you to still experience fatigue, but still produce a repeatedly high force output.
5. Elevate The Metabolism.
Here's a choice for you – which would you rather do – burn a ton of calories during your workout or burn a ton of calories after your workout?
How about both?
Sounds even better, doesn't it?
The key to fat loss is to not focus on burning calories during exercise, but after. By doing so, we achieve both.
In order to do so, we must do as much work as possible during our workouts by lifting as heavy and explosively as possible while managing fatigue. You may have experienced this before – it's that hot, sweaty feeling you have after a hard workout and after you've showered.
The following study, Effect of an acute period of resistance exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption: implications for body mass management, by Schuenke MD, Mikat RP, McBride JM. (Eur J Appl Physiol. 2002 Mar;86(5):411-7. Epub 2002 Jan 29.) showed that a whole body heavy resistance training elevated the body's metabolic rate for 38 hours post exercise.
There – scientific proof that feeling hot and sweaty after your post-workout shower is good for you.
Are you ready to start slashing off that unwanted body fat using your kettlebells in a planned, proven system? You now know the #1 problem with kettlebell fat loss workouts and the FIVE strategies to fix them.
Are you ready to experience fat loss with a properly designed kettlebell fat loss program?
What Does Success Look Like?
By now, you're probably wondering what kind of success you will have on Kettlebell Burn 2.0.
Rather than tell you, I thought you would want to read what other people have accomplished using Kettlebell Burn.
||After 10 Weeks…|
“I am very happy with the progress and the program. It really works!
Stats: Pounds lost - I am at 174 lbs right now and I weigh about 190 at the start.” (after 10 weeks)
“My good friend, Geoff Neupert, Master RKC Instructor helped me with his incredible fat loss program “Kettlebell Burn” to get back in shape in less than 16 weeks after I had my second baby.
I must say that Franz and I rarely recommend others people's programs as we feel so confident in our own Revolution Kettlebell Fat Loss Program. But after seeing the results I got performing his program I needed to share this information with you.”
Yoana Teran Snideman, RKC Team Leader
“Hey Geoff, during the first week of 'Burn' I followed the program to a "T" including the eating suggestions and lost 9 pounds. I love it! BTW, I have limited space and am able to perform the program in just a few square feet. Thanks!”
4 more inches off my hips from may 5th...whoooooo......I have 2 more weeks. I will keep you posted :)”
Wendy Pond RKC
Just wanted touch base to convey how pleased I am with the purchase of your excellent Kettlebell Burn program. I have just finished Phase 1 and have already lost 6 lbs while also experiencing very solid strength and conditioning gains. The "Finishers" segment in week 3 was especially brutal. The program is beautifully structured in terms of simplicity and effectiveness, and combined with the nutritional plan provides a comprehensive, synergistic whole. The corresponding videos you provided were also most helpful in clarifying any questions I had prior to beginning the program. Thanks again for a program that is at once effective, efficient and most of all fun.
All the Best,
The Kettlebell Burn program is excellent. I started the program at 10% body fat and now I am at 7.5% body fat with 3 weeks left in the program. Not only did I drop body fat and get back to my high school waistline of 32 inches, I put on some muscle and my conditioning is through the roof!
I will integrate this program into my training on a regular basis just for the strength gains and conditioning it has provided me.
Thanks again Geoff!
I just have to let you know that I bought KB Burn because I need and want to lose weight, I am currently in week 3 of phase 1 and I absolutely love it. I have already started to notice a change in the mirror, my abs are more defined and my chest and shoulders are looking more chiseled. I've got to say that the finishers are very hard but very productive. Great Program!”
Gary Gant, Apple Valley, CA
“Kettlebell Burn is everything you say it is. Which is what I was hoping.”
I dont have quantitative data- I use a mirror and how my pants fit as a guide. Prior to your program, I was pretty lean- good muscle tone and visible abs. I have more defined abs, back, and leg muscles since using KB Burn the last few weeks. I like the fact that I experience essentially no soreness following your workouts. “
“I am on Phase 1, week 3 now and loving KB Burn. Down 7 lbs since my first workout.”
“First off let me say thanks for your kettlebell burn program. I have almost reached my goal with this program for fat loss. I've lost 13 lbs so far hoping to maintain 195. I will be starting wk 11 Monday. Thanks again.“
David J. Ballantine
“I'm on Phase 1, Week 2 and I think it's a really good program. You only have 3 sessions per week so it gives you time to recover and frees up time on other days. Not for the faint of heart, it is very intense for nearly 40 minutes. I want to quit about 10 times every session but somehow suck it up and move on. As far as the nutrition part goes, I don't follow it as outlined. I opted for the Eat Stop Eat and fast 2-24 hour periods a week. It has been working, down about 6 lbs so far. I think it is well worth the money if u commit to it.”
matterny5 (Dragon Door Forum)
Of course, that's not all the testimonials for Kettlebell Burn – not by a long shot. But you get the picture – real people getting real results.
The Bottom Line: Follow the program – get spectacular results. Lose body fat, gain lean muscle, and change the shape of your body at your own pace – without having to put too much thought into it. Nice!
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I sincerely look forward to helping you achieve your fat loss goals with kettlebells.
To Your Success!
Geoff Neupert, CSCS, Master RKC Instructor
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Have A Question? It's Probably Answered Below…
How is Kettlebell Burn 2.0 different from other kettlebell fat loss programs?
Many popular kettlebell fat loss programs are a series of workouts, with very little purposeful progression. Yes, the workouts may change – but much of the change is random in nature. There is very little continuity between workouts, making it hard for adaptation – or fat loss to occur.
Kettlebell Burn 2.0 has four different phases – each phase becomes more demanding on the body and is based on the previous one. Also, the scientific principles of “Overload,” “Overcompensation,” and “General Adaptation” are respected and followed to produce results.
Is this workout appropriate for beginners?
Unfortunately, it is not. It is intended for intermediate kettlebell users – those who are familiar with the basic kettlebell drills. Start with Enter the Kettlebell.
Will I have to starve myself on this program?
Nope – you will actually eat more food than you expect or realize on this program. It will elevate your metabolism, allowing you to burn more fat than you could on traditional diets that leave you hungry and dissatisfied.
Will I gain the weight back once I lose it and stop the program?
No you won't. Unless of course you start pigging out and return to your former unhealthy eating patterns. Interestingly enough, most people gain lean body mass on this program so their metabolic rates increase, allowing them to eat more food than they were able to before starting the program.
Will this program work for me if I'm over 30?
Yup – it sure will. I have customers in their 50s who have seen great progress using this program.
Does this program work for women as well as men?
Yup – sure does! In fact, the responses I have received from women have been fantastic.
What if Kettlebell Burn 2.0 doesn't work for me?
Then it's free.
That's right – totally FREE.
I'm so convinced that you'll see results using this program that you can take it for a really hard test drive. If you follow the program exactly as it's outlined – you will see incredible results. But if for some strange reason you are not satisfied with your results, I'll give you a prompt, courteous refund. No hassles. No questions asked.
NOTE: Kettlebell Burn 2.0 is a
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