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Your Ticket To Non-Stop Gains In Strength, Body Composition Change, and Resilience From Your Kettlebell Workouts

Most people using kettlebells run into 2 major problems repeatedly, when training:

  1. 1
    Figuring out which program to do next to get them where they want to go
  2. 2
    How do they work around old injuries holding them back or new injuries they acquired from pushing too hard with the wrong technique

And in many cases, the first problem is a result of the second.

For example, we all know that the Military Press is the “gold standard” upper body kettlebell lift, and pressing either ½ your bodyweight in one hand or the Beast is a worthwhile goal.

Yet how many people hurt themselves on the way to each one of these goals?

It’s a little-known fact that there’s a high injury rate for StrongFirst Level 2 candidates, who must press half-bodyweight to achieve their certification.

And I just got an email this past week from a gentleman - a busy father of 5 - who hurt himself chasing the Beast Tamer Challenge.

And then there are those who hurt their backs tangling with the Tsar of Kettlebell lifts - the Snatch.

And those who get injured dancing with a pair of kettlebells.

The list goes on and on.


There are many who think that they have good technique, but never film themselves, like a recent new client I just started training.

As a result, injury is waiting around the corner.

Or they now have an explanation of why they hurt themselves in the past, and the injury rears its ugly head every once in a while, even though they did physical therapy or got some other treatment.

It’s very frustrating, as you know, if you’ve ever found yourself in that situation..

Especially when you push through pain, try to work around your injuries, or use ineffective protocols.

That’s what happened to me in my 30s.

I call it the “Lost Decade.”

At 32, I could barely move.

25 years of chronic pain in both knees, a lumbar spine injury, and cartilage damage in both hips, practically tied me up and kept me from moving...

... let alone lifting heavy, competing in Olympic lifting (my sport of choice), and enjoying life.

Even activities like hiking and biking were out.

Life was misery.

It took me over $20,000, 10s of thousands of hours of training, and until age 38 until I broke free.

And fortunately, I did it when my son was still an infant and my daughter wasn’t born yet. I couldn’t imagine how awful I’d feel if I couldn’t play with my kids and be there for them.

(I know some aren’t so fortunate.)

At 42, after an 8 year hiatus, I returned to the platform and competed again in my beloved Olympic lifting, injury free, despite missing three night’s sleep and dropping 10 pounds the week before the competition.

1999, age 27, weight 99kg. 2015, age 42, weight 91kg.

So, if you’ve ever struggled with injuries and rehab, I know exactly how you feel.

“Yeah, but Geoff, I’m not really struggling with injuries right now. I just need some direction.”

I get it, amigo.

We all do.

Here’s the map you should follow for consistent, long term gains in strength, lean muscle mass, and feeling great:

STEP 1: Find your weaknesses and fix them

STEP 2: Get stronger

STEP 3: Get leaner

STEP 4: Get more muscular


[1]  You’re only as strong as your weakest link.

It’s hard to Press if you can’t extend your T-spine.

It’s hard to increase your squat if your ankles are stiff.

It’s to progress from single to double kettlebell work if your core is weak.

[2]  Integrate your newfound strengths into total body strength.

And then get stronger all over. Finally.

[3]  Excess body fat holds your strength and muscularity back.

This is due to “hormonal suppression.”

Fat people have less testosterone and growth hormone, so they have a hard time building muscle and getting leaner.

Fortunately, through proper nutritional structure and programming, you can reverse this problem.

[4]  Once you’ve stripped off body fat, your body is now more sensitive to growing muscle. 

So, that’s what we’re going to work on.

Then, after pushing your body hard, you repeat that cycle, indefinitely, like a waterwheel that builds momentum and becomes unstoppable.

Trying to figure out how to do any of this on your own, is hard. It requires A LOT of time and energy to get it right.

Fortunately, you don’t have to.

Which is why I put together INEVITABLE STRENGTH.

It’s a roadmap to get you healthy and strong, and keep you that way.

Not only that, it’s designed to keep getting stronger and stronger as the months and years go by.


Here's a word-for-word copy from Christoph Ganuck about his experiences so far with Inevitable Strength:

On 2023-12-29 10:01, Christoph Gnauck wrote:

Hey Geoff,

I wanted to take the time to give you some feedback on inevitable strength. By way of background, I am somewhat annoyed about internet feedback for your programs from customers that just bought one of your programs or that have only completed one or two weeks. (Aside from the feedback on „strength first“ which overall has much more depth.) All customers feel „great“ or state that your programming looks solid. When reading the feedback, I was not entirely convinced since every program can hold up when being done for two weeks. Long terms progress feedback was and is what I was looking for. Finding such „solid“ feedback is sometimes hard to find, especially on inevitable strength or Kettlebell365.

(Maybe this is feedback that helps you promote inevitable strength.)

After clocking in 22 sessions of inevitable strength, I feel that my feedback would meet the criteria of being „solid“. 

(In addition, I want to hold myself accountable on finishing all 12 months :-)).

Some info about myself:

Just turned 40, father of two (8 and 4 years old), married, in the midst of re-doing our first house that we just bought, inhouse counsel for a German automaker.

I don‘t have a strength background. I have always been a soccer guy. I do have a weekness for Kettlebells though. I bought my first KB in 2013, but due to a lack of structured programming I never got very far. I have been having lower back problems for more than 20 years, not bad but nagging. In addition, my ankles have their mileage from ligament injuries and impingement from the years of soccer. In particular, they have been stiff which has been especially annoying when trying to implement Goblet squats or KBFS in my training.

Such problems always stalled my KB progress. I did have very solid progress on the Giant 1.0, but since my KB foundation was lacking, that progress did not last.

After having COVID two times, too much work, and almost no training in 2023, I decided I wanted to build myself up from „scratch“. I wanted to get rid of the limitations and nagging injuries. My long term goal is to have the 24kg KB as my standard weight. It would be awesome to perform the double KB excercises withe double 20s or 24s. Eventually, I would like to get the RKC1 or SFG1 certification. 

After contemplating about inevitable strength for two months, I finally „clicked“ it.

So far, I am very happy that I did! :-)

I can confirm much of what you advertised! I feel less stiff, my movements feel much more fluent, especially walking. When I get enough sleep (around eight hours) I feel more energetic than before. Most suprisingly, my muscles problems with my left abductor are gone, my ankles feel as good and strong as they did about more than 20 years ago. My hips have more range of motion and my back feels strong (even though I did pick up a minor injury two days ago when playing soccer with my son). My abs look and feel thick, my obliques clearly developed.

The only two components that might be missing are „endurance“ and some stretching. Reagarding the endurance, I guess I will get there when I get there. This time I want to do it right which means I will trust your program and trust the process (and progress :-)).

Regarding stretching: It sounded like you are not the biggest fan of it, for my back it really helps though.

What is worth mentioning, is that I needed to check my ego when trying to find the appropriate during Month 1. I had to go down to the 8kg KB for some excercises. Which was tough for me mentally. However, with more weight I was just too sore the following days.

Other than that, I love how I feel. I am looking forward to the next months! 

Have a nice New Years Eve!

Greetings from Germany,


As you can see: Real.

Here are some other reviews from another program built off the same 4-Phase Cycle, called Kettlebell 365, which Christophe mentioned.

(I had another program built off the same cycle, called "Kettlebell Secrets Insider Coaching" for $77.77 per month, but I can't find my testimonials for that - probably buried away on an old hard drive.)

Furthermore, since you’ve most likely used my programming before, you know that my programming “delivers the goods.”

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Go ahead and choose your membership option now.

You may upgrade at any time, and there’s no long term commitment.

However, if you decide to cancel your membership, you will not be allowed to sign up in the future, because I'm only interested in working with folks who are serious about their strength and health in both the short-term and the long run.

 Stay Strong.

Due to recent statements from the Federal Trade Commission, I must disclose what “typical” results using these programs will be. Typically, most people will become really excited after reading this sales letter and will purchase this product thinking it’s some sort of magical pill. They will either never print out the programs and do them, or do one workout and think it’s “too h-a-a-r-r-d” (said in the best whiney voice ever) and abandon their attempts.

So, the typical person will do nothing and “hope” for change. So their results will be zero. Your results, should you wish to “not be typical,” are completely dependent on your ability to actually do the work and follow through. Again, this is not a magic bullet. Unicorns do not exist. And there is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Testimonials, case studies, and examples found on this page are results that have been forwarded to us by users of 'EASY MUSCLE' products and related products, who have actually done the work, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results, only show what's possible with follow through.