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Intro to Kettlebells Curriculum Posted by: Weber  On February 10, 2016  | Posted in: Fitness Tips

Introductory Kettlebell Seminar


5 Rites

3 most important exercises (Goblet squat, one-arm swing, getups)


Single and double cleans

Clean and presses, single and double

Clean and windmill

Clean and overhead squats

Clean and thrusters

Chapter 1 of EKC3 (Manmaker-thrusters, OH squats, clean and press, windmills, swings or snatches)

Day 1 of EKC3 (double clean and squats, clean and thrusters, clean, 3 presses, 2 squats)

2. Lunges

Lunge thrusters

Overhead Lunges

Double lunges aka lunge throughs

Tactical lunges

Lunge series from EKC2

3. Slingshots

Hot potatoe

Goblet squat

Goblet thruster

Goblet press

Chapter 5 from EKC1

4. Core work

Bonus core chapter from EKC3 (getups, windmills, OH squats)

Renegade Rows

Ab burner from EKC1

5. Bedtime stretches

Kneeling hip flexor with tricep, hamstring, elbow to ankle, pigeon, half lord of the fishes pose

Top 10 Reasons to Try Extreme Kettlebell Cardio 3 Posted by: Weber  On February 4, 2016  | Posted in: Fitness Tips

Top 10 reasons to try the new video:

1. Variety is the spice of life

 There are three separate and unique days to choose from on the main menu, each with their own set of chapters. If you need more variety, there are over 20 individual workouts to choose from.

2. Clear goals

Each chapter has a brief written intro of which exercises it will consist of to minimize talking at the beginning of each workout. This means less talking, more training.

3. Aargh!! How much longer?

-there is a countdown timer in the lower right corner of the screen so when the going gets tough, you know that you know how much longer you have to push yourself until you get a break. Personally, I find it definitely helps me keep going when I know I'm almost at the end.

4. I'm tired of the same music every time!

The music is selected to match the tempo of the workout and is a high energy rock and roll. The option to do the workout without the soundtrack is available at the beginning of each day on the DVD version so if you want to listen to your own music while you train that option is available. You can still hear my voice as you normally would if you choose the no music option from the menu. 

5. Improved production

The video and sound quality is much better as a result of using a better camera, microphone, and editing. The ocean waves and sea breeze are still audible in the background to provide that additional natural energy but my voice and the soundtrack music is more clear. You won't have to turn the volume up as high to hear me.

6. Shorter but more intense workouts for time-crunched trainees

The entire program is devoted to using 2 kettlebells at once. This means twice the workload resulting in shorter segments and a shorter overall workout duration. Because of the higher intensity, however, the workouts will definitely feel long enough.

7. Choice of format

It's true, the DVD seems to be going the way of the dodo, but some of us, myself included, still love them. For those of you who don't do DVDs, the video is available for digital download.

8. Try before you buy

If you want to check it out before you commit to the whole thing, you can purchase the digital format one day at a time. Each day is completely unique, so I know if you try one, you'll probably want them all.

9. Better support

I encourage anyone who has questions about my products, or anything they're wondering about, to drop me a line at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

10. Results

If you feel like you've hit a plateau with your training or need to get out of a rut, double kettlebell training will do it. I know that the research indicates training in this manner works to burn fat and build muscle, but you need to feel it to believe it. It really does elevate the intensity to another level.

So far the feedback I've gotten has been very positive. Everyone seems to find the training very challenging, but in a fun way, which was my ultimate goal. Good luck!


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