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In the meantime, now is an important time to inform you about -

The #1 Problem Facing Men Using Kettlebells
To Get In Shape?

Ten, 15, or even 20 plus years of driving a desk makes you stiffer than when you were younger. 

Even if you’ve been working out on and off over the years.

As a result, many times, you don’t end up moving the way you think you are.

This is what causes “overuse injuries” - why guys get knee and back pain from running, or Golfer’s elbow from playing 36 holes over the course of a weekend.

But, if you’re like most guys, you don’t like stopping to ask for directions or read instructions. You’ll figure it out as you go.

After all, it’s what we’ve always done. It worked when you were younger, it’ll most likely work now.

Until it doesn’t.

Working out at the gym on the machines doesn’t require a lot of technique or instruction. Adjust the seat, select the weight by moving the pin, and bang out your 3 sets of 10 before moving on to the next thing.

Not much thought or proprioception (balance / coordination / body awareness) involved.

But the truth is -

You no longer move as easily as you did
when you were a kid.

And that’s why training with kettlebells is a different story from the weight machines at the gym - or even a barbell.

It’s not that they’re dangerous - they're not.

Yet just like a circular saw produces faster results than a handsaw but requires more skill and care to operate...

Kettlebells require more control and more body awareness - than balance and coordination than the gym machines.

And...

It’s that you unwittingly don’t move as well as you did when you were a kid - when you played football, soccer, tennis, wrestled, swam… whatever.

Again, this is from sitting behind a desk, a computer, a “whatever” for 8 to 12 hours a day. Your body literally starts to mold, to conform to its environment.

As a result, your abs get weaker, which is one of the reasons guys over 40 see their stomachs bulging out.

Your hips no longer extend fully, making climbing stairs and sprinting somewhat difficult.

Your shoulders slump forward making it challenging to put your arms straight up over your head like you used to.

But it’s not all bad news.

In fact, the great news is that kettlebell training - your kettlebell workouts are one of the fastest ways on the planet I know to restore your strength, rebuild your body, and recapture your youth.

You just have to know how
to use them correctly.

Not knowing proper kettlebell exercise technique will slow your progress through poor joint alignment, improper muscle recruitment patterns, and most importantly - injury.

Especially after 10, 15, or 20+ years driving a desk or being significantly less active than you were in your teens and early 20s.

It’s almost like heart disease - you’re not really aware of its severity until you have a heart attack or need bypass surgery - or both.

(And you’ve scared your spouse and kids half to death and are secretly praying your health insurance covers the hospital bills.)

For example, you need to know:

[+] How to engage your hips and create proper spinal alignment in the Swing will hurt your lower back.

[+] How to squat properly without grinding down the cartilage in your knees, and pinch the soft tissue in your hips.

[+] How to hold a kettlebell properly so you don't hurt your wrists and elbows.

[+] How to use your lats (back muscles) properly so you don't damage your shoulders when you’re lifting a kettlebell overhead.

Until now, you really only had 3 possibilities to
fix these problems (and others):

Option 1: Grok your technique by sifting and sorting through the most popular SEO-gamed videos on YouTube (which routinely aren’t the best for learning technique due to their less-than-experienced “instructors”)

Option 2: Buy a $100+ video course by certified kettlebell instructors / coaches. Which are usually great, but not the most cost-effective when you’re getting started.

Option 3: Pay $65-$150 per hour to work with a certified kettlebell instructor in person. This is arguably your best bet, but plan on spending 6 to 10 hours (or more) with that instructor to work on the techniques of each of the basic 6 kettlebell lifts, upon which all your kettlebell training is based. (That’s approximately $600, which is great, if you have it to invest.)

The 4th Option:

SKILL SHORTCUTS

“SKILL SHORTCUTS” is a short, to-the-point, video series giving you the necessary kettlebell skill and technique pointers to get your “Kettlebell Game” up and running as fast as possible.

My name is Geoff Neupert. I’ve been training others and myself since January 2002. I was a Certified Master Instructor with two different kettlebell education / certification companies, and have traveled the world - America, Europe, Southeast Asia, even Australia - teaching kettlebell instructor certifications and workshops. My customers and clients come from all walks of life - student and pro athletes, businessmen, computer programmers, doctors, grandparents, first responders, and military special operators - to name but some.

The shortcuts you’ll learn in this video series worked for all of them and they will work for you too.

Here’s what you’ll learn so that you can speed up your strength gains, fat loss, and eliminate your injury risks:

THE SWING

  • The #1 Swing mistake
  • How to load your hips so you don’t hurt your lower back
  • Proper foot position for maximum power
  • How to prevent injury with the “hike pass”
  • Optimal breathing for performance and lower back protection
  • 2-Hand vs. 1-Hand Swing set up for protecting your shoulders
  • Find the proper “finish” position so you don’t hurt your lower back
  • The role of your arms in the Swing (probably not what you think)
  • And much, much more

THE TURKISH GET UP

  • How to rehab and protect your rotator cuffs
  • Learn the importance of “Boxer’s Fist” to protect your wrists, elbows, and shoulders
  • Where to look when standing up to protect your lower back
  • How to keep your shoulders from crowding your ears and why it’s important for shoulder health
  • How to start the TGU safely so you don’t pay your dentist lots of money
  • Learn the “lockout” position for a stronger, safer Press

THE GOBLET SQUAT

  • Discover the “best for you” foot placement
  • Best way to breathe
  • How to keep your lower back from rounding and eventually hurting
  • Learn a simple “child-like” drill for near perfect squats every time
  • Where to sit - down or back?
  • How to sit all the way in the bottom of the squat - even if it’s been decades!

THE CLEAN

  • Use the 3-step G.R.T. process to quickly learn to Clean
  • How not to have the kettlebell smash the back of your wrists
  • How to keep the kettlebell from crashing into your shoulders
  • How to “Tame the arc” so you don’t injure your biceps or crank on your lower back
  • The best way to grip the kettlebell for maximum power, control, and safety

THE PRESS

  • Learn the safest wrist position for your elbows and shoulder which also makes you almost immediately stronger
  • How to use your biggest BACK muscle to protect your shoulder and get a stronger Press
  • The best grip position (there are two)
  • Where to place the kettlebell in your hand for an instant strength boost
  • Where to look when pressing for a stronger Press
  • How to work your abs while Pressing
  • Which muscles to contract to protect your lower back while the kettlebell is in the lockout position over your head

THE SNATCH

  • Discover the 4 different “styles” of Snatch and which is right for you
  • How to “tame the arc” - get the kettlebell from the lockout position back to the ground - without hurting your shoulder or yanking on your lower back
  • Discover the 2 biggest Snatch mistakes - and how to immediately fix them
  • What’s the best Snatch grip and why?

At Your Fingertips

You could spend months searching YouTube and hundreds, maybe thousands of dollars on personalized instruction and not learn many of these key kettlebell skills.

And that’s because I’ve been training guys just like you for the last 22 years.

I’ve been “in the trenches” every day refining these techniques.

Truth be told, I’ve even had to “fix” certified kettlebell instructors’ skills and techniques - things they either forgot, or never knew in the first place.

If you want to protect yourself from injury and accelerate your gains in strength, muscularity, conditioning, and even fat loss…

You’ll want to grab these SKILL SHORTCUTS videos now.

They’re only $19.95 and you can watch them on any device.

Click the button below for immediate access post checkout.

$19.95

Stay Strong,

P.S. Here are the answers to some questions you may have…

FAQs

Q: How soon do I get access to these videos?

A: Immediately after checkout. Login access will be sent to the email with which you placed your order.

Q: How long will I have access to these videos?

A: Permanently. As long as my business is open. I don’t plan on going anywhere.

Q: Can I watch them on my phone or tablet?

A: Yes, you can watch them on any device: Mobile, tablet, laptop, desktop. Any time. Anywhere.

Q: How long is each video?

A: As long as necessary. Short enough to make the points.

Q: Can I download these videos on my device?

A: Unfortunately no. You can’t download Netflix or Amazon Prime videos either.

Q: Is there a refund policy?

A: Yes. Use these videos for 30 days. If you’re not noticeably stronger and don’t feel safer as a result of using them, email me telling me so, and I’ll refund you.

$19.95