Have you ever been so frustrated with your current gym exercise program that you’ve wanted to quit? Have you ever felt like you’ve been training so hard, all the time, that you’re just spinning your wheels chasing results that aren’t coming fast enough? With your busy lifestyle, can you afford to spend that much time that "the experts" say you need to spend in the gym to get the results you want?
Listen, as a husband, father of 5 and business owner my time is so precious that if I ever feel like it’s being wasted, I immediately reevaluate what I’m doing and ask myself if it’s really worth it. That’s exactly how I felt a few years ago when I was taking time away from my family and going to the gym everyday – for at least 2 hours every time – chasing after the physique that I had back in college when I used to play sports. But, being a little older and A LOT busier, the results weren’t coming fast enough for my liking. PLUS, with my wife pregnant with our 5th child, I started to feel guilty that I was taking all this time away from my family, selfishly, trying to keep myself in shape. The problem was, I wasn’t in shape…at least not by my standards or the standards that have been set by the industry that I chose to make a living in. You see, I am a personal trainer. I work in the FITNESS INDUSTRY. And no matter what anyone tells you, it doesn’t matter what degrees or certifications you have, it doesn’t matter what celebrities you’ve trained and it doesn’t matter what kind of results you’ve gotten for other people… Nobody is going to train with you if you’re FAT or OUT OF SHAPE. That’s the harsh reality of the world we live in…
It’s kind of like me telling my kids to eat their vegetables because it’s good for them while I’m stuffing my face with fries and donuts. I can’t tell my clients to listen to me if I don’t walk the talk. The problem wasn’t that I was doing enough – I was spending 10 hours per week in the gym training myself, after all – the problem was that I was doing TOO MUCH. The problem was that I was doing too many exercises, for too many repetitions, too many times during the week. Like me back then, you probably think that more is better.
BUT, the TRUTH IS THAT to go beyond your current level of fat loss, you MUST forget about common and popular "go until you puke" training methods and workouts and use a smarter, more efficient and simpler way to get the body you deserve.
Sure, you can train like that when you’re 20; when you have ZERO life responsibility; when your body can take the pounding and; when you have all the time in the world. But now that you’re living "real life" – you’ve got responsibilities outside of yourself, and you can’t afford to be physically out of commission because you injured yourself trying to do 200 reps of a given exercise – training intensely hard 5 times per week just doesn’t work anymore. And it wasn’t until I figured out how to secretly MAXIMIZE my training results by doing less that I not only started to lose a ton of fat, BUT I started to get stronger and more athletic too.
The secret to losing all those inches around my belly and still getting stronger wasn’t in any exercise or training gadget – it actually involved me doing LESS.
The secret isn’t some ridiculous calorie-restrictive diet either – I actually didn’t change ANYTHING about the way I ate…In fact, I ate whatever I wanted. The secret was in a technique that I learned as I started taking my kettle bell training more seriously. It’s a secret that only elite athletes and strength practitioners know how to master and a secret that – now that I’m really starting to understand it – I’ll share with anyone who will listen. …And when you’re done reading this entire letter word-for-word, you’re going to understand how to skyrocket your fat… Read more…