Win 1 of 3 FREE Copies of the NEW TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System

CBTTKettlebell-Ebook_1On Tuesday, September 8th at 12noon EST, the the NEW TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System officially goes on sale at a one-time low introductory price of only $47, but…

today is your one and only chance to win one of THREE free copies of the “TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System”.

And it will only take you a few minutes to enter.

Just leave a short message for me in the comments section below answering…

“Why the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help you transform your body and help you lose all that unwanted fat.”

Feel free to share about your past and current struggles with workouts and programs that you’ve tried and haven’t been successful with and in what specific ways a simple home-based workout will help you get better results.

I’ll go through every single one of your responses before Friday at 10am EST and I’ll choose THREE winners.

If you win, you’ll be notified by email and given access to download the complete TT Kettlebell Revolution Deluxe package.

Good luck and thanks for your participation!

I look forward to hearing from you,

Chris Lopez, CTT
Author, TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System

PS – Don’t miss the HALF PRICE sale that starts on Tuesday at 12 Noon EST…

…you’ll also get EXCLUSIVE FAST ACTION bonuses and of course, the TT KB REVOLUTION eBook and bonuses.

203 Comments

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Henri Henell

    Hi Chris,
    I’m Physical Therapist working in Norway, Thank’s to Adam Steer/Ryan Murdock found your blog. I’ve been driving with kettlebells last year myself and with clients. This summer was in IUKL/IKSA club instructor course with Vasily Ginko (excellent course). Using very much bodyweight exercises (cst), clubbells, IntuFlow, Prasara. Dont need to loose more weight, but have hundreds of clients who really need that…

    BW Henri

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    bob sacramento

    After years of trying different kettlebell workouts, I strongly feel that this program is the one that will shift that last few pounds of stubborn fat.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Darlene Lynn

    As an extremely busy person, single parent, mom of three, working full time and running a home based business on the side, finding time to work out is next to impossible. When I get enough sleep and have the energy to get out of bed in the morning early enough to go for a run, then my day is great, but often I don’t even have that time. This kettle ball workout appeals to me because not only can I do it indoors so it won’t matter what the weather is, but I can fit it in ten minutes here five minutes there, while watching TV, etc. So this is more likely to happen. Plus having a kettle ball laying around in your living room looks alot better than a set of dumbells. It becomes a conversation piece, and is interactive because everyone wants to pick it up and try it out.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Kylie

    Hey Chris,

    I discovered kettlebells through Turbulence Training, and love it when Craig adds them to his monthly workouts (hint hint CB – guess I’m not the only one though!)
    So I trawled the internet and found a couple of programs, which provided a great introduction, but the sessions would take over an hour, and I just don’t have that time.
    When I hired a personal trainer to check on my form, he accused me of “working within my comfort zone”. Ouch! That’s terrible news to anyone who knows that you have to push yourself to improve.
    I was excited to see a TT approach to kettlebell training, because I know the workouts are intense and time-efficient. I tried ‘Workout A’ yesterday morning, and whoa, was definitely NOT within my “comfort zone”!!
    That’s why I know that the TT Kettlebell Revolution System will be perfect for me to progress with kettlebell training, and become sleeker, fitter and happier than ever before.
    Thanks,
    Kylie

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Benn Garnish

    Hi Chris.

    I think by using the Kettlebell workouts in your up coming TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System will help me achieve my goals of a leaner and fitter person. I’ve only just started using Kettlebells doing basic movements but already love the way your heart rate goes up and the sweat begins. I’ve been training ever since i was 16 but never understood the correct way to go about training. Even tho i played rugby for years, and at a pretty high level, i was too focused on heavy lifting and growing. This no longer interests me and my focus is towards a more solid leaner physic. Using Kettlebells allows for a whole body workout working from your core out and building a really strong and natural physic.
    A major factor is also time as im a very busy person and unless i get up early enough i really struggle to fit in my workouts, and by the time i come home going back out to the gym is the last thing on my mind. However, with the Kettlebell i can just workout at home or even stand on my front lawn and get a great workout, no cost quick workout. That’s what it should say on a Kettlebell when your buying it: No Cost Quick Workout with Fast Results. I’m really looking forward to your workouts Chris and keep your video’s going there great and truly inspirational.

    Keep swinging

    Benn

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Morgan Firecloud

    My name is Morgan Firecloud, I’m 50 years old, 335# (down from 360), and have been living on Social Security since 1994. I have seizures, asthma, COPD, on oxygen, and have high blood pressure. I don’t have diabetes; but from where I was health-wise, it was inevitable. This past January I was in the hospital with pneumonia fighting to live. A week in an ICU gives one lots of time to prioritize their life. I know I did. Last April (2009)I bought some Kettlebells with my stimulus check in preparation for when my doctors would let me start a more strenuous exercise program. Last July I finally got the go ahead. I had already got my juicer and vitamix out of storage. On August 3rd I started, and have since lost 26lbs. I have 110lbs to go to be back to the weight I used to be ten years ago. Thank You for this opportunity for more tools to take my life back with.

    Morgan Firecloud

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Eric

    Looks like it would be a good workout tool.
    And not so hard on your body as free weights!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Eric

    Looks like it would make for a killer workout… where can you go one of the kettleballs?

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    James

    Loved the eBook.

    I have a couple of KBs in the basement and can’t wait to try it out.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    LeAnn

    This program looks great. I’m always looking for new, results-oriented, workouts to add to my favorites list. TT has been on that list for a long time. I can only imagine that combining CB with kettlebells will be an awesome workout! Craig, thanks for all the fantastic workouts. I’m looking forward to this new set.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Chris

    I have been following TT for a few years now, and have seen great changes in my body. However, my wife had our first newborn 9 months ago, and she has been struggling to take off the baby weight. I told her about a month ago about kettlebell workouts, she wasn’t sure. We downloaded your free workout last week, and the two of us have been using it ever since, and she loves working out with kettlebells. Even after only a week, she loves this type of working out. She wants a better body than she had before the baby. Your revolution could help her get that body.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Scott

    I purchased my first Kettlebell a couple of months ago but haven’t had much of an opportunity to use it due to a shoulder injury I sustained the next day (unrelated to the KB). I have another month of physical therapy before I can expect to do any overhead pressing movements, but I am able to and quite often do some of the basics, including swings. I’m excited about the new, more unique movements in the free report and hope to give some of these a try as my shoulder heals.

    I work sometimes long days and do NOT want to spend my evenings or weekends in a gym. I’m lucky to be able to work out during lunch most weekdays, but this is not always the case, so the Kettlebell at home is a great alternative.

    Lastly, I have an extra motivating factor for working out with Kettlebells at home. My 15-month-old son thinks that it is _hilarious_ when I do any sort of “up-and-down” exercise, with Kettlebell swings being one of his favorites. The fact that I can entertain him at the same time I get a great workout is more incentive to pick up the weights, and I am sure that keeping this up will teach him to be active by example. He already imitates my bodyweight squats, so it’s a real father-and-son activity!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Susan Schaid

    I teach high school physical education and I am very interested in adding Kettleball workouts to some of my classes. Our budget is very tight right now so it might make a big difference if I could receive some free info on these fitness tools. Thanks, Sue

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    ivon

    As i don’t access to a gym with full equipment, the Kettlebell is a perfect all-around instrument, and i hope your exercises will help me utilize it to produce comparable or better results in a shorter time frame 😉

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Sue

    Thanks Chris for this special and perhaps a chance to win. I heard about kettlebells in the 80’s but it never became as part of the exercise program until now. I am not going to give some flowery reason for why…I’ve been heavy all my life, 200 lbs on a 5ft frame and finally came to point to do something after suffering my depressed mode. The gym I went to, the classes were hard but I kept at it and though I started to see results doing the 90min workout. I was looking for more. Enter shortlived kettlebell classes – for that 30 mins, it was heart attack movements and every part of my body was sore. I love it. I even went to Target to get me a kettlebell just to practice at home. So now, if I can get workouts that I can do as part of my training for strength and weight loss…this would make me real happy!

    Thanks,

    Sue

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Andreas

    Took part in a body transformation contest once and the resuklts were amazing: went from 19% bodyfat to 9% (sadly regained some 3% ang got stuck at 12%). I know, 12% is not that bad but I really want to go down to 9 again (perhaps 8%?)Started with kettlebells some three months ago, mostly using cross fit protocols, which are amaziung and already show results.

    Having followed your blogs and videos and being a subscriber of Turbuklence Training, I really believe that your program will skyrocket my quest for “the remaining 4%”

    Kind regards,
    Andreas
    Vienna, Austria, Europe, this universe

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Concetta

    I have been using Craig’s TT system for many years with great success. He has started to incorporate KB’s and I see your program as a continuation. As a certified TT trainer, I know you will continue Craig’s philosophy. I have been using the two workouts that you have on your site at home. They are great! I have two KB’s and it is great to know that I can get a solid workout at home. I am sure that having access to your workouts will help me burn the fat I have, and just as important, to continue being a healthy fit woman. I of course want to look good, but I want to have alternative workouts to challenge me. Fitness continues to evolve and I would like to also. Thanks for creating this program.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    victoria boer

    thank you buddy this is a great stuff for me and my clients. im an advocate of non gym or wasting time training and your stuff has really get me motivated especially with the 66years old performing spiderman push up.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Greg

    Hey there. I purchased the Turbulance Training progam and have had the best workout ever. I just got a tast of the kettlebell training and i am ready for your program to push me over the top and blast out some killer workouts with kettlebells.

    Greg

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Rex Washburn

    After several years of focussing on building a career and family I’ve found my self far out of shape. This has made what were minor aches and pains from years in martial arts flare up making it far harder to workout. With limited time each day for a workout, I’ve started with kettlebell swings and basic bodyweight exercises to make the change. The problem is that I need a plan to help me reach my goals.

    I’m motivated by my little girls. They deserve a dad who has the energy to play and grow up with them. From looking at the ebook you provided I think that your system would be a great way to get back in shape.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Roger

    Kettlebells have been around for a long time. The russians used them to promote strenth. I like kettlebells because of the premise of volume training. Let’s face it, the core is the foundation for all erercise. Kettlebell training stimulates and works the core muscles. I tell everyone I know to try kettlebells and judge for themselves if it is a good workout. Try this. twenty five two arm swings, ten(each side) one arm 2 point rows, twenty pushups then jog at a reasonable pace for 1/2 mile. Do this three or four times. See what it does to your heart rate. rest two minutes between stes

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Sue

    Hi Chris – thanks for this offer and I hope I get a chance to win. I heard about kettlebells in the 80’s but it never became a household name until recently – it is the craze and trend now. I am not looking for trends. I am looking for what will work and I know these iron cast bells will work for me. I am not going to give you some flowery reason just the facts. I have been heavy all my life and until last year, I was up to 200 lbs on my 5ft frame. I finally got off my butt to do something after going through my depressed phase. I joined a gym and results were happening and I kept going to the 90 mins workouts.Then we had the shortlived kettlebell classes – I tried and for 30 mins every part of my body was worked on and I was huffing and puffing. I knew this is the way to go. I even went to Target to get me a kettlebell just to practice some of the movements. However like any human being, we need focus, someone to follow, something to follow so we can get success out of it. I am motivated to get my weight down and look better, but I need your help. I truly believe and know what kettlebells can do for me so if I had your program, I know I can get the results I need.

    Thanks for listening,

    Sue

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Amy

    The TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System will be the perfect product to finally help me transform my body and help me lose that unwanted fat for multiple reasons. Kettlebells will be a new addition to my work out tools, and I like that they use multiple muscle groups to complete a task. I prefer to work out at home because I really don’t need a gym membership. As long as I have motivation, like a new Kettlebell workout to try, I can get a great workout at home in minimal time. Besides, “Kettlebell” just sounds cool! My main goal is to gain more strength and mobility and to maintain it. I can’t believe that I’m approaching age 50 — I’m just a kid! But I realize that having a plan and following it will provide amazing benefits. Truly, strength training is the fountain of youth.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Matt Soza

    Chris,

    Enjoy your enthusiasm. Especially liked the video of the 66 yr old woman kncking butt.

    I am a personal trainer in Cleveland, Ohio who uses KB’s for my clients in Boot Camps, individual training and small group sessions. Everyone enjoys them because of the full body integration of cardio, core and strength aspects.

    I look forward to the new and innovative ways you and Chris show how to use them. Long live the Revolution!!!!

    Regards and Best of Luck,

    Matt Soza
    Soza Fitness, LLC

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Les

    “Why the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help you transform your body and help you lose all that unwanted fat.”

    Well, I’m finding less and less time to go to the Gym these days. Longer working hours, plus and hour & a half train journey to get home. When I get to the Gym, fighting to get time on the machines is a real pain. When I was going 3 to 4 times a week, the 60/75 minutes of long Cardio, was struggling to get rid of the last pounds of fat, and now I find less time to go, it is getting worse.

    What do I need? Short, high intensity programmes that I can do at home when I can fit it in. If it only takes 20/30 mins, and has better results than long, slow, Cardio, then I’m more likely to find time to do it; plus the motivation when I see the results coming will spur me on further – a win/win!!!

    Great looking programme – good luck with the site.

    Rgds.

    Les.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Linda

    This is wonderful! At age 47 and struggling to lose 30lbs for the last year, this is what is going to make it happen. Thank you!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    JoAnna Talley

    Being a formerly fit woman to having a post-baby has been quite an adjustment. Since birthing my daughter, who is now 2.5 years old, I have been unsuccessful at losing this baby weight. I’ve tried various diets, cardio regimens, strength training, kick boxing, pilates, and even a kettlebell workout (which I was doing incorrectly). These measures have done little to budge these extra 80 lbs. After receiving reports that my mother and three of my siblings have been recently been diagnosed with diabetes, I’ve been even more desperate to lose this weight, fearing that the same might happen to me. About three months ago, I began changing my diet to semi-vegan, and I stumbled upon the TT regimen, which I’ve begun within these last two weeks. After the first workout, which took me no more than 30 minutes, I felt like I had just done a 2-hour workout. Wow! After reading the TT Kettlebell blog and watching the videos, I am super excited about this program and how it will help me take my fitness training to the next level and help me regain my health.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Nick Robinson

    I think the TT kettlebell workouts are going to be a great routine to help me torch those last few pounds I have left to lose. Last year I managed to lose 30 pounds using Craig’s TT workouts and a healthy diet. Somewhere along the way I was turned on to Kettlebells and I have inserted them into my weekly workouts ever since. I have always enjoyed the way the TT workouts are structured and I think the TT kettlebell routines will be just as great. I think the combination of bodyweight and kettlebell exercises will be a great way to keep my body guessing and avoid hitting a plateau. I think it will be a outstanding program and I look forward to checking it out as it develops!!

    Nick

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Brandon

    The kettlebell system looks like a great way for me to finally get rid of the unwanted fat that i’ve been trying to lose for years. I am also confident that it is a great cardio tool and will help me with my health (asthma, high blood pressure). I also feel that I can improve my grip and strength in my wrist.

    This looks like a very suitable alternative to my current workout program. Love the fact that the sessions are short.

    Thx Chris

    Brandon

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Mark

    I was introduced to kettlebells about a year ago. They actually looked silly and intimidating. Then they were added in small ways to Turbulence Training and once I started to incorporate them into my workouts the benefits become quite clear. Kettlebells involve multiple muscle groups in every exercise. You get a total body workout with every swing, snatch, clean, and squat. Kettlebells are also a great cardio workout. I can feel the effects of a kettlebell workout for the rest of the day. Kettlerbells are probably my favorite part of the gym, mostly because not many people use them in my gym, so they are always available. But that seems to be changing as they watch and ask questions…..SO with the introduction of the Kettlebell Revolution, I may be fighting for gym time with them

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Alfredo Zapata

    Over the years I have seeing what you can do with your body to get in shape with no equipment like “THE OLD DAYS” and my system is very good but can be much BETTER and that’s what I saw in your “KETTLE BELL WORKOUT” and I want it!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Adam

    Hi Chris,

    A few months ago, I purchased the TT fat loss program. Shortly after that, I was introduced to kettlebells by a friend of mine who plays rugby. I have really enjoyed the efficiency of my TT workouts, which I have been doing on a fairly regularly basis but I have equally enjoyed the kettlebell workouts that I have done with my friend. The one problem with the kettlebell workouts that I have already done is that they take too long. I think the combination of a kettlebell workout with the efficiency of a TT workout would be an excellent way to gain functional strength and lose weight.

    Adam

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    pras

    At a glance, people have this mis conception about kettle belt that it is exactly like a dumb bell which is only used to build arms. But after going thru your program, it reveals that this is used for a total body workout and can just about replace 1000s of dollars worth of gym equipment. Your program and the kettle belt is all you need to build the body of a greek god and above all it is mobile. You can carry it with you unlike all the other body building equipment.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    nico

    hi Chris,
    nice work what you are doing but apologize me when i try to abuse some of the elements of your work for other purposes. i mean not for “body” byuilding or fat loss but for rehabilitation programms with sedentary elderly persons.
    last year i could celebrate my 50 years jubilee as trainer/teacher in sports in the netherlands. i am retired a couple of years ago, but still active in a voluntary setting, with trying to stimulate elderly persons to do regularly physical training.
    that’s why i often look at Craig’s site and steal now and then some exercises which are applicable in my group sessions. so i saw kettelebells for the first time in my career and i bought some 4 kilo pieces. so if you are interested to see how a 93-year old man, who hardly can walk alone, is working with pleasure with the kettlebells, you are invited to come over and see. so i hope you will go on generating information to help me getting ideas how to impementate that in the training of the elderly.
    kind regards and enjoy your work
    nico cok

    http://www.personaltrainers.nl/trainer/1341/Nico%20Cok

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Miguel Tarantini

    Hello, my name is Miguel, I’m from Caracas, Venezuela.

    I think , the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help anybody to transform their body and help to lose that unwanted fat, SIMPLY, because the system is SIMPLE (no expensive or sofisticated machines and complicated workout routines), is PROVED by the results achieved from many people thru the years, and UNLIMITATED because you can do it anytime and anywhere.

    Thank you Chris, for the opportunity to express my opinion and to let other people know about non traditional method to training.

    My best wishes for you, your big family and your site.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Susan

    As a long time Turbulence Training advocate (I began TT training in February 2008) I was extremely excited to see Craig offering TT Certifications and more interested to see how those who took the leap were going to incorporate the TT methodology into their training modalities.

    In short, to see TT incorporated in to a Kettlebell workout is absolutely brilliant! It has definitely filled a void in the space and with more and more of my readers asking for KB routines, I’m excited to be the guinea pig and to have the opportunity to test drive the program.

    Kettlebell training is definitely a great alternative for me and many of my readers who feel the need to incorporate a new modality into our current TT training.

    Great stuff Chris!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Wendee

    The TT KB Revolution is the perfect product to help me transform my body and help me lose the rest of my unwanted fat because it is intense, primal, and above all fast!

    I was paying $112 a month to use a gym that had a decent child center for my baby, so I could go workout and not worry about him. However, he hated the child center and screamed bloody murder every time I left him there. That is not the best way to start a workout. Then after about 20 minutes, the child center would call me back to take him home. In addition to all that, the center was always putting up notices “Recently there was a child who visited the child center on these days diagnosed with (insert yucky disease here: strep throat, hand foot mouth, whooping cough).” Gross! Then with the Swine Flu going around attacking young children, I couldn’t bear to put him in the center anymore.

    I remained 57 pounds overweight and unable to get a decent workout in my schedule that wouldn’t torture my son. Then I found Turbulence Training. It made a huge difference, but I still had to leave my son to do the interval training. Enter Chris Lopez and his AMAZING Kettlebell workouts. I can get them done with warm-up, workout, and cool down in 25 minutes and I am getting definite results. The best part is, I can do it in my living room, while my son is asleep. No more separation trauma (or yucky diseases) to put my little guy through.

    Chris, the 2 free workouts you gave me are wonderful, so I can’t wait to see what else you have in store for me and how it will change my life. Thanks again!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Aaron F.

    Hi Chris…

    I want to be THAT guy. The guy that gets ripped without using a traditional boring 3 sets of 10 reps weightlifting program without setting personal records. The guy that gets a killer cardio workout in without running at the same boring speed on a treadmill for an hour. I have no doubt a solid kettlebell workout can do this for me. I’m a stocky guy who tends to build muscle easily. Unfortunately I’ve struggled with a big belly all my life (as it stands now I’m about 60lbs. overweight). It seems I’ve tried every workout and diet to very minimal results.

    Now, I’m looking for a non-traditional way of working out. My friends make fun of me because I’m always the one to buy and try new gimmicks and gadgets. They’ve said the same about Kettlebells. I would love to be the example to my friends of what an intense kettlebell training program can do. I would love to prove them wrong and convert them. I just purchased my first kettlebell a month ago. Now I just need the perfect program to implement it. I believe yours is it.

    Thanks,

    Aaron

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    sheila

    There is no simple answer to you question as for as why anyone deserves anything, but for me I am NAVY SEABEE VET. and I use to work road construction(was the only woman laborer) I was severly inj in a head on car wreck. I stuggled for a year of grueling injections, and therapy. I ended up having major back surgery which entitled alot. I have a total lumbar fusion,rods,screws,etc.. in my back.. It was a full year after surgery, and body cast before I could even begin to do any sort of exercise. I struggled, and still do every single day to get up and function. I picked my life up, and crawled outa the hole I felt I was in and started slowly working out again. I use to be in great shape, now well I’m fighting back tooth and nail!! I’ll never be hte same, but I struggle with my stomch now because of the way my back is fixed. I have purchased several sized kettlebells and love it, but to win a copy of your book would be awesome. Thank you.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Rick

    I’m gonna buy this program because if I get it for free I won’t use it. I’ll put it away and not look at it because it was free. I love kettlebells and I use them at home so this program should be perfect for me.

    Thanks for the oportunity, but like I always say “Theres no value in free” so I’m buying on tuesday. This will be a birthday present to myself.

    Thanks

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jetaun

    One of the best things I like about this program is that it can be done at home. For about 5 months now I’ve been working out at the gym using freeweights for the most part. So far I’m down about 35 pounds, but I’ve still got a long way to go. My younger brother is a Strength and Conditioning Coach and he’s been giving me things to work through, but alot of his routines require a lot of equipment. As I intend to finally intend to persue my Master’s degree, having something that requires minimum equipment and can still give me that great workout at home seems really like a no brainer. I’ve seen a few of the videos, I have the 2 free work outs and it just seems great.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    di

    I was thinking to purchase the program but I am not sure if I can work with Kettlebells since my wrists are not so strong. (at least one of them)
    Can this workout improve the strenght in your wrists as well. I tried all kind of weights and exercises and I don’t seem to find something that could do that. If it does, then I would like to try this program and I will be sure to introduce it to a lot of other people with similar problems.

    Thanks
    Di

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    john

    TT Kettlebell Revolution Fatloss System is the key not only to fat loss but functional strength and endurance. I am 48 YO male, broke my neck memorial day weekend 2004, in a roll over car accident. I am on the brain and spinal cord registry for Florida, (wheel chair bound). I dropped out of grad school, I returned to school,2006, finisheed my clinical work, (Doctor of Chiropractic). I was 290lbs and contrcted Diabetes, (probably 50% BF), I lost 90lbs in 30 days and really got sick! I traveled the world over seeking help and somehow I managed to get to the point of being just stable enough to try a gym, machines, couldn’t lift a soup can. Did I mention, the accident left me with hemi paralysis ofn my left side; I am left handed, hee, hee. I changed my diet, stayed in the program I found by Lee Haney and today I am 254 Lbs, 12.6% BF, I run wind sprints, still struggle with my disability, but I know kettlebells, with the right structured program, will take me to the next level and beyond in fat loss, conditioning, functional strength, balance and chalanges that I so desperately seek; I am a warrior and I am unstoppable. Pick me and I promise, I will not fail and will be most appreciative of any help that I am given, Dr. John

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jenny

    Hi Chris,
    I think your TT Kettlebell Revolution would be the perfect program for me to continue on in my fitness goals. I have been doing weight lifting for about 2 years consistently and finally found TT last spring. Adding kettlebells to my arsenal of fat burning workouts would introduce my body to a whole different set of movements and provide even more turbulence in my workout. I have always wanted to try kettlebells but did not have access to instruction on proper form and use, which is essential in any program. In addition, my husband is just recommitting himself to working out, he is participating in the TT contest #6. Giving him a kettlebell program would also be a fun way to keep him motivated. He has a lot of fat to lose and his current body fat % is a dangerous 33%.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    charles williams

    Really would like a chance to give this method a try. Reciently started kbell and relly love it

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Susan M.

    I’m a 48 year old woman who has struggled with weight issues all of my life. A year & a half ago at 226 pounds & only 5’4″, I was diagnosed with dangerously high blood pressure. My doctor warned me that if I didn’t lose the weight & get fit once & for all, I would probably have a heart attack or a stroke. Those words really scared me because my Mom had just passed away due to complications from a stroke & I didn’t want to suffer the same fate. My children need me! So I dieted & exercised doing long boring cardio sessions & the old school way of strength training & did manage to lose over 80 pounds. I am now just starting out as a certified personal trainer & want to pay it forward & help others lose the weight & get fit too. My problem though is that I still have some fat & inches to lose & can’t imagine having to do the same boring exercise routine day in, day out. I want…no, I need something new & exciting to get myself motivated again & see results! And not just for me, but for my future clients. I think your Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System is just what I’m looking for. I realize kettlebells have been around for quite some time but always thought they were only for bodybuilders. Now, I realize that anyone, even 66 year old grandma’s, can use them to have fun, stay motivated & achieve amazing results. Combining cardio & strength, switching up the intensity to get the heart pounding all in less time & in the privacy of your own home is the only way to go! Thanks so much Chris for offering this opportunity to win a copy of your program & best of luck to you!

    Susan

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Charles Willock

    Originally from the Uk, I’m currently based in on the Canary Island of Lanzarote. I have trained with weights for a number of years now and I subscribe to the compund exercise methodology. However I have tried to pass on my experiences to my wife and some of her female friends who would love to be able to perform clean and jerks, snatches etc. but she finds a barbell frightening and awkward to use. From what I have seen of kettlebell training a great deal of exercises that put women off (and some of the fellows as well) could be performed much more safely and would open up this areea of training to a greater number of people.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Ruby

    I am a mexican woman.I love to be fit and to do some workout. I think this kind is great I will try to learn and practice. Thanks

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Herman

    Hey Chris! Looking for something to augment my existing training. This looks like it would be fun, fresh and challenging. I’m a tri-athlete and would love to improve my core strength

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    patricia

    Through trial and error I have found my way to kettlebell workouts, and have had some success, but I’m sure I would have much better results if I actually knew what the heck I was doing. Until now there has been little information available, so bring it on.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Oak

    I’ve struggled with my weight my entire life. But I’m happy to say that over the last 4 years I’ve taken control and lost a considerable amount of bodyfat. (100 lbs total weight lost) The problem is, I, like many other late 30’s men, can’t get rid of the 10 to 20 lbs that I carry like a belt around my midsection. My belly, over my hips, and my lower back area will not shrink. I’ve tried cardio every day, cardio no days. HIIT, HIT, steady state, and every combination. Low carb, carb cycling, etc. Nothing seems to work. It’s so frustrating because the other parts of my body are lean and defined, everybody I meet tells me that I’m skinny and need to eat, and every body fat calculation that I’ve tried tells me that I’m single digit body fat, including hydrostatic tank weighing. But when I put my pants on and see that roll of flab hang over my belt, it’s hard to believe those numbers. The kettlebell workouts that you have demonstrated here seem to be the kind of workouts that incorporate everything I’ve learned about that’s supposed to but off that last bit of fat: compound, full body exercises that keep your heartrate up using varying and cyclic intensity levels. After trying out some of the exercises using dumbells (don’t have any kettlebells yet) I can tell these would definitely be a major change to what I have been doing and it just might be the stimulus my body needs to shed those last ugly pounds I’ve been working so hard to get rid of, with no real results.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Peter S

    Hi Craig,

    I run my own business, in the UK, and that involves getting up at 1:00am six days a week, and not a lot of free time. I usually have a knap in the afternoon, get up about two, before getting paperwork and a few jobs done in the afternoon, and going off to bed by 6:30 to 7:00. Which is not a complaint, just a bit off background about my available training hours. I run a small karate class, twice a week for kids, as I only have early evenings available, and attend my own classes on sundays.
    The only fitness training I can fit in, has to be home based, and although I use your body weight exercises, I have been looking around for some beginners kettlebell routines. Searching the ‘net, on sites such as Youtube most of the available kettlebell excercise, are either for experienced users, or adverts for extreme kettlebell workouts, and not suitable for some one wishing to learn the exercises and build up their expertise. I have been very impressed with your kettlebell routines so far, and have started using some of the excercises with a 12kg dumbell. As a 6ft 2″, 53 year old, I am not sure about what kettlebell(s) I should get. Do I need different weights for different exercises, depending on my strength, or do I only use one kettlebell for all excercises and build up the reps, as my skill/strength improves. If it is just one, what weight would suit me, if it is several, what weights again would be best? As you can see, these are basic questions, of a beginner, which hopefully will be asnwered by your kettlebell revolution course.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jordan

    Hey Chris! I have been looking at getting into training with kettlebells for some time now. I workout at a smaller 24 hour gym and I have asked the management several times if they would consider getting some kettlebells. All of the trainers there are all for it and wish they could train their clients with them. But alas, the management has yet to purchase. Since they won’t buy any I asked them if they woudl allow me to purchase them and keep them at the gym. This weekend I asked the local sporting goods store to order in some 35lb kettlebells and I think they should be here within a week or two. I am sure the trainers will be happy to use them and I will be able to get some great work in.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Rae

    Hey Craig,
    I really love your original TT workouts and my husband and I have just started doing those….but since I have seen your videos on the Kettlebell workouts I’m really intrigued at what they can do for us physically.

    I promote your products and would love a free copy so I can learn more to try it out for myself, and then be able to honestly recommend it to other people.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    John Mark

    Chris, I glad you have come up with Kettlebell Fat Loss Revolution. Like yourself I too don’t enjoy sprinting all that much and really enjoy the strength and cardio vascular workout you can get w/ kettlebells.I personally believe that you can get a better HIIT sessions with kettlebells. I am new to kbs and learning how to organize the workouts will be very helpful. Lately, I have been using your recent workouts to use as my HIIT after my workouts. So I appreciate you and CB for doing such a great job and helping people live better and fitter lives one day at a time.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Andy

    As a 47 y/o single father/carer of two 10 & 12 year old kids my gym membership has recently had to go the same way as many other “luxuries” following the recent loss of my job of 20 years. I’ve started my own business and am really feeling positive about life going forward BUT unfourtunatly my waistline is expanding as fast as my workload and my pre-divorce bfp of 11% seems a distant memory!! Cash, time and space may be limited but inclination and desire are certainly not. Give me the tools and I’ll post my progress as proof that you made the right decision!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Carolyn Burton

    Hi Chris, One year ago I reached my goal of weight loss for the first time in my life. I am 44 yrs. old and have been yo yo dieting since I was 9 YEARS OLD when I first realized I had a belly. In this last stint, I lost 40 lbs and 17% body fat. I am now 110 lbs at 5’2″ tall. Anyway, I used Tom Venuto’s Program to lose the weight but then I found Turbulence Training! It took me out of a workout slump! I love Craig’s workouts and recently purchased the TT Bootcamp workouts. I now need a change again and I knew I would eventually get to kettlebells but couldn’t find a program that was right for me. When I saw your program, I knew this was the one! It looks like something that is easy to understand and will give me a great supercharged workout! I really would love to win one of the programs you are giving away so that I can maintaing my level of fitness! I hope I do! Thanks!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    chris

    This program would be perfect for me because of the nature of my work. I’m a pilot…and I’m always on the road…and it’s a nightmare to be consistent every single day doing a gym workout due to being on the road all the time. If I had a program that I could take with me no matter where I go…I would never have to be concerned about finding a gym…if the place I’m at even has one. A complete program…along with just one piece of equipment that’s easily transportable…along with exercises that I can follow…and I’d be all set. This program could be just exactly what the doctor ordered so to speak. I’ve been searching the internet for something that will help me…and this could be it!! All the best to you…have a good day!! 🙂

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Churchy

    It must be karma – what goes around, comes around. The last time I saw kettlebells advertised for health and strength training, I was in grade school and the man promoting their use was Dan Lurie (a little before your time I think). The man had an awesome physique, and in the days long before anabolics and all the supplement hype; good nutrition and hard work. Looks like you are advising doing things the right way once again. Keep up the good work.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Tina

    I am a single mother of 2 working full time and need the biggest fitness bang for my buck. I will turn 50 next year and I look around at all my friends and age is getting the best of them. I am the youngest of eight children and all of my siblings are hobbling around, overweight, bad knees and ankles whining about how you can’t do anything to stop the aging process, that when I turn 50 how my body is going to go to he**. Well, I’m here to tell you that when I turn 50 I plan on being in the best shape of my life. I love working with kettlebells and sandbags. I am all about functional training and being able to move as I age. I have been approached by my local fitness center to teach some group bootcamp classes in the evenings. I jumped at the chance and will begin working with a seasoned instructor to show me the ropes, then I’ll get certified and I hope by January I can share my knowledge of kettlebells with others.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Gwen

    I love kettlebells. I have used them at the gym but not as often as I like. I like them because they involve so much of the body. It seems a natural for TT because using them naturally puts the body into turbulence mode. I am a 59 yr female who wants to stay strong and fit. I’d like to shed 10-15# of fat and have fun doing it. I know it takes good nutrition as well but having a blast with a workout will help.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    James McLaughlin

    Hey Chris,

    I love using kettlebells and dumbbells I feel you get more of what I call real world strength than just doing isolated muscle work at the gym. I practice Jujitsu so I need that kind of strength in ever direction. I currently weight 246 and I am about 26% body fat which is down from 261 and 31% body fat about 2 month ago. I owe a lot of that to the TT workouts and diet.

    Keep Up the great work
    James

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Luis

    Hi, I’m 23 years old and I’ve been going to the gym since I am 18. I never had a real motivation but I have an athletic body and I think I have potential to have a great body, I just need some help and learn how. I never had an instructor or someone to teach me, so I think this book would be a great help for me. Thank you so much!!

    Luis from Uruguay

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    david

    its my 51st birthday on the 6th of september, what a great gift it would be to win.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Dalton Rumfield

    Hi Chris

    I appreciate this opportunity. I’ve followed Craig and then heard of you. I have two kids, a wife and a busy counseling practice. I specializing in counseling children. I’ve struggled with high blood pressure and high cholesterol my adult life. I have both somewhat under control with meds, but I want to make sure I can maintain my health for my family and clients. I’d like to get off the meds and be a better example for my kids and clients.I have minimal time to workout, usually at 5 a.m. I offer evening counseling sessions so I’m frequently home late and usually beat. I purchased a 50 pound kettlebell and have begun to experiment. But, I could use some guidance. I need to be efficient and get the workout done in under 1 hour. I think this would help. Thanks again for the consideration

    Dalton

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Alex C

    I’ve been using kettlebells for probably close to a year and have loved every minute of them. I have slogged through some of the wealth of knowledge over at DragonDoor and have always meant to try Pavel’s stuff…I ended up getting hooked on Turbulence Training instead! Craig’s programs have really helped me start losing weight like I like, and I think that this program would combine two of my favorite exercise groups into one concentrated form!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Thomas LaMonica

    After using many of the Turbulence Training programs I am always excited about new ones this is no exception – cant wait till Tuesday

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Dean Whittaker

    Hi Craig 🙂

    Having never used kettlebells before this would be my perfect oppertunity to try them. Also as kettlebells are pretty cheap to buy and can use at home, which is ideal as I can quit my expensive gym membership and save some £££££££££

    Just entered this months body trans contest so winning this would give me some extra help 🙂
    Thanks

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Galen Golston

    Ive tried the dumbell, barbell and machine weight training and I was always had hurt muscles. I lowered the weight/repetitions and still got the same results. I even had trainers but still got same results. I also had a torn rotar cuff I think from overuse but who am I to say. I saw an add for a kettlebell class and took a start me up class to see if i could continue with classes. Man, even the start me up class I got a workout but I noticed I wasn’t in a lot of pain but i felt like I could tell most of the muscles I had worked. From there I started taking a few classes and the workouts were , lets say a real workout, but afterwards I felt felt really good. With kettle bells strength gain/core strength is automatic which to me is very important. Your overall being is a great feeling. It is a complete workout for the whole body and you can feel it all over. Muscle stiffness/low low, I’ll use pain for lack of a better term. To me it’s the ultimate workout with definite results. Whatever you’re looking for in weight trainig you can get there with kettlebells. I now do my routines from home for the most part with maybe going to classes to learn new specific calasses. For me kettlebells is the ultimate strength and conditioning program

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Dean Whittaker

    Hi 🙂

    Having never used kettlebells before this would be my perfect oppertunity to try them. Also as kettlebells are pretty cheap to buy and can use at home, which is ideal as I can quit my expensive gym membership and save some £££££££££

    Just entered this months body trans contest so winning this would give me some extra help 🙂
    Thanks

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jamie Ramos

    Chris:
    I am a huge fan of TT and in fact Craig’s workouts led me to training with Kettlebells. I use AOS and Pavel’s training methodologies but they’re different from what you and Craig are doing. Currently, I mix bodyweight TT with TRX (homemade) and KB’s as well as HIT intervals and its HARD. I have to mix up the workouts and create my own ‘turbulence’- too easy to do the same things and get stuck in a rut. I’m not complaining but I am very excited to see TT bodyweight exercises mix with KB training because I have wanted to return to the TT training philosophy and mindset. Now I can- following a ‘program done for me’ developed by two experts for great results, I am looking forward to that. It will be amazing to see what the two of you have developed from an intensity and volume of work perspective. When I started TT I was tipping the scales at 240lbs in 2006- today I weigh 180lbs. As a professional you know this doesn’t happen without the proper diet and commitment to training but I find myself at a plateau. I can’t seem to break through it. Do you think your TT Kettlebell Deluxe package can do this? Thanks for the chance to win this package for FREE!
    Jamie

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Trent S.

    As a kettlebell instructor and an exercise therapist, I would highly recommend kettlebell training for all facets of overall fitness and rehabilitation. As a fan of the Turbulence Training system, I highly suspect that the same attention to detail and overall effectiveness of the program will transfer to the kettlebell program, the ultimate all-in-one, portable fitness and rehab tool. As someone who has seen the effectiveness of curing frozen shoulder syndrome with kettlebell training, I can only give the highest recommendation to anyone to utilize this system and I am hopeful this will generate interest within my clinic for further use in the rehab industry.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Amy

    I first started using kettlebells to increase my strength. I have always been active, but never really liked weight training. Kettlebells gave me the cardio I love with the added benefit of adding strength at the same time. Since I have started I have moved from 8 lb bells to 12 lb and I am now using an 18 lb kettlebell. My strength gains have been tremendous, but more importantly, I love working with the Kettlebells.

    I would love to learn an additional routine that would help with the last 10 pounds!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jamie Ramos

    Hi Chris:
    I’m a huge fan of TT and Craig’s workouts led me to kettlebell training in the first place. I use AOS and Pavel’s training methodologies as well as mixing in bodyweight exercises discovered through TT. It’s fairly challenging to develop workouts to create the kind of TURBULENCE to keep your body guessing and now that you guys are teamed up YOU’VE done this for me (and everyone else). AWESOME- THANKS! In 2006 I was tipping the scales at 240#s, thanks to some great workouts, major life changing commitment and an overhauled diet, I now weigh 180#s. As a professional you know this only happens if you leverage EVERYTHING. Well today I find myself at a plateau and I need your help. Do you think the TT Kettlebell Deluxe Package you have developed can blowtorch another 10 or 15 pounds off me? That would be cool. Let’s try it. In 8 days I turn 41 and this would be one great birthday present. Thanks for the chance to win a free copy.
    Jamie

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Brian Cooke

    Age 35, in the worst shape in my life, had to get 40inch waist for new jeans, used to be in 36inch. Been consumed by work and have neglected exercise. My kettlebell has sat unused in the garage for many months. This sounds like a good system to get back my health with.I don’t have time for gym and would rather just save the gym membership money and workout at home.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    N.S.

    I have lost some of the weight I’ve been trying to lose over the last two years but belly fat is one thing that seems to elude me. I have a kettlebell at home and have done a little bit of it but would love to have a more comprehensive kettlebell program. The fact that these workouts are short is a huge plus for me because I’m very busy. I love working out and love working out at home more then anything. I’m drawn to turbulence training and kettlebells because they work the whole body not just a certain muscle group at a time. That saves a tremendous amount of time for me.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Steve M

    I’m new to kettlebell training. I think the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help you transform your body and help you lose all that unwanted fat because I already feel parts of my body worked that just aren’t fully utilized with regular weights.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Littletorch

    Why I Would Love To Win a Copy Of Your TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System
    If I was chosen as one of the winners, this system would not only transform
    my body, but take me to a mental fantasy where I could be a fearless warrior
    with the kettlebells in my hands, swinging them about me to and fro to fight
    off the imaginary enemies, rushing off to a fabulous adventure with my kettlebells as my armor and shield, and rescuing a fair maiden with my new found strength.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    pradeep mannil

    There is no doubt that kettlebell is a fantastic equipment for fat loss and building strength .But even if you have the best equipment in the world you should know how to use it. TT defnitely overpowers others in this area. If it comes through TT(TURBLENCE TRAINING ) it will be another fantastic workout , no doubt about it . In the past TT produced effective workouts with less cardio sessions , thus saving the time of millons of people. I am sure this will be another feather on Craig’s cap.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    shelly kelnhofer

    aloha Chris.
    I am a personal trainer and first started using kettlebells about 5 years ago when I was working out with some powerlifters. I loved them and the results they gave me. I lost focus for awhile but am getting back in the groove…I just got a bunch of kettlebells for my home gym. I love the variety of excercises and routines, and the fact that you don’t have to work out for hours with them. I am really excited about getting going on the Turbulence Training, not only for myself, but with my clients too. I feel the best trainer is one that not only “talks the talk” but proves the point by being in the best shape to encourage and motivate clients every day, every session. I always work to be that trainer. I look forward to more kettlebells !!!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Mike

    I have just recently purchased a KB, and currently I do not how to use it properly. My legs and core seem to be very weak and I feel that following a good KB workout program will help me overcome my weak areas and also help me lose fat.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Michael G

    Hi Chris!

    I can’t wait to see what the complete integrated TT/KB workouts will be. This will be what I was trying to do on my own with TT and Art of Strength: Enter the Kettlebell(AOS:ETK)

    I started with CB’s Belly Off in Dec 07 when my scale showed I was, at age 45, 306lb at 6’5″, loving how quick and complete of a workout is was, that could be done in a short amount of time. Let me explain I work a 28 day rotating shift(work{wk}4nights-3days off-wk3days-1day off-wk3nights-3days of-wk4days-7days off-repeat) I commute 40min to a town to catch a bus for a hour ride to work for 12.5 hours, get off return home, sleep and repeat. As you see, the need for a quick total body workout was a must. Then I loaded up on TT manuals when Craig had his birthday special in 08. I lost 35lbs by Sept 08. Hurt my shoulder and used that as an excuse not to workout at all for 3 months. Maintaining most of the good eating habit, I only picked up 5lbs during my lazy months(lol) Caught a few KB’s on sale and started with AOS:ETK with a few TT routines thrown in for good measure, I lost another 35lbs. But I still felt the KB routine left some holes in areas.

    Just as I was racking my brain on how I was going to integrate the two(TT & AOS:ETK & AOS:Strength in Motion) You come along with my solution. Turbulence Training will always be my core workouts and exercises. But we all know we need variety, or at least I do and Turbulence Training with Kettlebell will be the perfect fit for me

    Thanks for time a effort I know it’s going to be a good workout

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jack Dettweiler

    Chris,
    A couple of years ago I discovered TT and worked out at least 4 days/week for 18 months. Last Spring I was introduced to Kettlebells. I spent 6 weeks taking private lessons from an RKC instructor to learn the proper form and size of bells. To combine them is ideal for me. I spent 40 years working out in gyms. Between Kettlebells and TT, I have never felt better and I have more flexibility. At 63 years old the pounds come off grudgingly, but I have lost 2″ from my waist. I now workout for an hour three days per week, and I do combine the exercises. Looking forward to see how you have combined them.
    Jack

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    jenny

    Hi Chris
    Your workouts and videos are fantastic.I’ve been watching and reading some of your emails for some days now.With the TT of Craig and your KTB I just hope I’ll manage to start loosing some weight.I’m a mother of three kids and gained weight from my first pregnancy (never managed to reduce it until now).
    This week I got inspired in starting some of your workouts and guess what a surprise! My weight was 6pounds less.I know it’s very little but it’s a start.I hope I continue to reduce my weight as I never succeeded before.Now I’m in my forties and I nearly lost all hope if it wasn’t thanks to your video of your favourite client of age 66years.Please tell her she’s fantastic and to keep it up.If it weren’t for her I guess I would have never tried,but she gave me courage and hope.Thanks to you too and to Craig.Keep it up both of you.
    Regards
    Jenny T

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Robert

    Hi Chris!

    I was a bit of my gym rat 20-25 years ago, when I was in my late teens and early 20’s. A career got in the way and I completely lost focus, for more than 20 years. In the last 3 years an undiagnosed inherited condition resulted in 3 fights with cancer and ultimately an organ transplant about 7 months ago. I’ve been actively walking 5 days a week for the last 2 and a half months, but it really hasn’t helped to burn off the fat that was partially caused by the medication resulting from my treatment (in addition to my previous lack of focus). I’m too busy to get back into the gym routine, and really have no desire to, but with my recent health problems I have a strong desire to begin a full body workout that will not only burn off 20 or so excess pounds that have accumulated, but increase muscle mass and strength as part of my rehabilitation. I am committed to getting fit again due to my recent scare and I have been medically cleared to begin strength and resistance training again. I’m really looking forward to the kettlebell program as it is something new to me and will provide that extra incentive that a “regular” strength training routine won’t as I have “been there done that”. The information so far and the Q&A call with Craig have been very informative. Looking forward to Tuesday.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Rhona McLean

    I’m having an almighty battle with my post 2nd pregnancy belly and now my eldest is at school, my early morning workouts have to fit in with the school runs. I’m finding it near impossible to complete my weight training and cardio and having sampled a few KB workouts know I get a two for one deal! I love short, intense workouts where my adrenaline is still pumping 2 hours later, unlike my uninspiring workouts and early starts at the moment, which leave me frustrated, deflated and dead on my feet come mid morning. I try not to focus on my saggy abs but they drag me down with them. I am hopeful that a structured KB training schedule would finally give me not only some nice tight abs but a firm, muscular physique. If only……. sigh!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    DeWayne

    Chris,
    I am 5’7′ and 220 lbs. I have gotten some kettlebells and love working with them, but need some structured workouts to get the weight loss really going. Your program looks perfect for this. I have resisted getting the TT program because I want to work with the kettlebells, and you are filling that niche! I am looking forward to seeing more of your work as I like what I see so far.
    DeWayne

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Chuck

    Well I can’t say I have a LOT of fat to lose. But I do seem to be at a sticking point with my fat loss. I know if when Craig is involved with and/or promoting a program, then it has to be good. I’m getting into guiding and even a little training on the side for some friends in their fitness goals and diet. This would be a great addition to programs I already use. Thanks!
    Chuck

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Dee

    At the beginning of February 2009, I was 90 pounds overweight. Having a 4’11” female frame, I was more than uncomfortable. I was angry. I was fed up with feeling sorry for myself that I decided to transform my body and mind for life!!

    By July 2009, I dropped 35 pounds but unfortunately I hit my first plateau. My stubborn body fat is still holding on for dear life. But I REFUSE give up. I’ve been on a mission to lose this weight and I believe this program will challenge and shock my body into shape!

    There are also added bonuses that I like about your program. There’s very little equipment needed, it’s portable, and anyone can workout just about anywhere… so there’s very little room for excuses. TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss system just makes total sense! 🙂

    Thank you for your time.

    Sincerely,
    Dee
    Chicago, IL

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Sybil Stockham sy sy s

    Hi Chris, I want to thank you for your videos,they have help me out so much.
    I am 74 and what started me on KB was a frozen shoulder which is
    almost heal by using KB I am 45 pounds over weight hope get it off soon as I
    having problems with knees. I would love to have your program as I am on SS and
    can not afford it otherwise. Keep up good work I know you have help many.
    Sybil

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jody

    well first off I love your sample workout, and watching Craig do his workouts with them and a lot of his exercise call for a kettle ball or a medicine ball, which neither I have nor can I afford! So I started a webs search on how to make a medicine ball so I got that and made my own and then I thought well gee I will just add handle, well cool a $3.00 duct tape roll in Hot Pink of course and I now have a medicine/ kettle ball, Yippeee! thanks for the workouts!!

    P.S. Now I need to win so I can do all the workouts!!☺☺☺

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jody

    Hey Guys!! I love both your free sample workouts I received! I had used dumbells the first couple times and just wasn’t the same so I went to town and looked for a kettle ball..Boy are they expensive! So I being a handy person said there must be some way to make this.. I found a website that showed how to make a medicine ball out of an old basketball by filling with sand and using duct tape (tape of Nascar) well I went one step further and added a handle using duct tape. now I can do the exercises and feel I am really going more through the range of motion.

    P.S. Now I need the full workouts so I really can up the intensity!! Thanks Guys for sharing your workouts. I ♥♥♥ them!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Amanda

    I have hit a plateau with my workouts and need something new and exciting to try. I am not sure how to train myself hard enough to see the results I want in my body composition. I think learning something totally different would boost my motivation and push me out of my comfort zone to receive the results I am longing to have! I am not sure how to use a kettlebell properly while training, so I have never really experienced using one, but after watching a video online (the funny one with Craig dressed up as a student) it got me interested in kettle bells and would love to work out with them! This program would be perfect for me to bust through my plateau, learn something new, push myself past my comfort zone, get the results I want, while having fun!
    Thank-you!
    Amanda

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Amanda

    I have hit a plateau with my workouts and I am not see the results I want in my body composition. My motivation is lagging and I need something different and new to try. I have never trained with kettle bells but after watching a funny video (the one where craig is dressed up as the kid in school) I became interested in using them. This would be a perfect program for me to try because it will show me how to use kettlebells, bust me through my platau, train to push myself past my comfort zones, try something totally different, boost my exercise motivation, and get the results I want, while having a blast!
    Thanks!
    Amanda

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    John T

    The TT Kettlebell Program would be a tremendous program in taking my fitness to the next level.

    Its emphasis on “Old School” multi-muscle movements and full motion functional fitmess would line up well with my fitness and weight goals.

    With my very tight schedule as an Engineer with a Very Busy Teenager, my being able to work out at home with my Wife and Son would be a trenendous help.

    Your Example Workouts were great and I anticipate that this workout will be even better.

    Thanks for all of your work and professionalism.

    John T

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Bob VH

    Alright, you had me at Turbulence Training and Kettlebell. Plus, any program that shows Craig as a schoolboy is too irresistable. I’ve been putting off for too long getting back in shape and this seems like the perfect way to begin the journey. The kettlebell seems like the perfect tool for a home-based workout program. I’m beginning a new business out of my home and have been looking for a convenient and time-efficient workout regimen. At 59 years old and loving the new exercise mentality (i.e., NOT heading for the nearby gym), I’m ready.

    So bring it on and count me in.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    andreyna

    The TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System is perfect for achieving my goals because it is a total condition program that combines all the aspects you need to get in shape. Plus its a solution for those of us livung in this economy as its a system that is affordable. I’ve heard so much of the benefits of turbulence training and kettlebell. When you combine the two, along with healthy eating, there will be no way that you’re not going to lose body fat for good and for all.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    mike

    I have done a fantastic transformation using TT. I have lost 30 pounds and am in the best shape of my life. Now there are a couple of things I am struggling with in these workouts. I need to go to the next level. I have stalled and after studying my workout journals and nutrition journal have realized that I can’t calories anymore then I would be going into a negative mode and the workouts I have maxed out the weights I use in them and now keep trying to increase reps or sets but again don’t want to go over an hour for my workouts. I beleive I need something that will bring me to the next leveland really bump up the intensity of the workouts and think this can do it. Chris and craig have been a huge inspiration and force that keeps driving me. I have been unemployed for almost two years and have decided to go into the fitness industry as a personal trainer because of my experience with TT and Craig and Chris’s advice. I am almost doen with my certification and would love to learn more about kettleballs to use in bootcamps and personal training that I am doing now to help others while I study for my certification exam.

    BE Fit
    Mike

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Luke Thompson

    I believe that the TT Kettlebell Revolution could save my life. At over 400 pounds I need to do something drastic, and because my health is at risk because of my size it is essential that I lose the weight quickly. With limited time and money, I need to burn as much fat as possible each time I work out, and the Kettlebell Revolution will not only ensure that I lose weight, but that I am building and toning my muscles at the same time.

    I will be blogging my experiences on my weight loss journey, and will be able to share my success with the world at my blog at myfinaldiet.wordpress.com. By using the power of the internet and the social connections I have made I find that I not only remain inspired and accountable, but I have become an inspiration to others as well.

    In a nutshell, I think that this is what I have been looking for my entire life. The kettlebell is easy to transport, low impact and promises to change my physical condition in a way that I had not thought possible. I look forward to finding the healthy person inside of me, and to be all that I know I can become!

    It is evident that you save lives through inspiration, education and by giving people the tools and means to save their own lives. Thank you for all that you do, and all that you are.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Tina MacDonald

    I have purchased some various weight kettlebells over the last 6 months after having taken a series kettlebell classes and I absolutely love them. I want to learn how to do more exercises with them to strengthen my core and overall body performance but don’t know how to do that on my own. It would be a great help and value if I were to win the Kettlebell Workout so that I could do what I love and get an awesome body with it to boot. I want exercises that are effective and don’t take an entire hour or more to do first thing in the morning. I work early in the mornings and prefer to work out before I head to work.

    Tina

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Patty

    WOW!! I had read about Kettlebell workouts in TT. I had my first experience working out with one this summer during a fitness challenge. Squats and swinging the kettlebell up to as high as the body allowed. Kicked my hiney for sure and my abs!!!! Felt like I had done a bazillion crunches. I would like to be considered for the free TT Kettlebell revolution because I have a passion for introducing more wellness events into my workplace. Provide the intro to your program, steer them your way and watch it take off. This would be an awesome way to touch many lives. Time management is huge issue as with most others commenting here. I am learning to let go of the all or nothing attitude that if I can’t get a whole workout in why bother. Now I grab a few minutes when I can and, with the guidance of your TT KB workouts, a short time invested can be an excellent and efficient workout. I’m down 52 pounds and committed to be down 60 more to meet my goal of being a strong, lean, fit, and healthy me. I have no doubt KB workouts will take me there.
    Patty P

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Lisa

    All my life I have struggled with being fat and not being able to do many sports. In college I started lifting weights and liked it but even being a gym rat did not help. I was miserable and getting more unhealthy. I read an article about kettlebells in the old Muscle Media mag. I figured it was just another tool I was too fat to use. Then, my friends got me my first 8k. I was hooked. About 6 months later, I was diagnosed with a neurological condition that looks a lot like MS. All of my physicians were concerned that using KBs would injure me due to the ballistic nature and balance issues. I lost my new best friend. I stopped losing weight. I became depressed. Finally, after about 12 months, I got really pissed off. I decided that if there was going to be a disease then it would have to track down every fatigue-ridden neuron in my brain. I started using them again. Now, 3 years and both traditional and sports bells later, I am glad to say that I am still trying my best and loving it. I would like to say that there has been miraculous weight loss. That would be a lie: I have not been able to settle on a plan that works, regardless of the DVD or manual. I also need to work on proper nutrition as the best plan will not work if that is not in place. I will say that using KBs saved me spiritually and mentally at a time when I felt like I was going to lose it all. I could not have made it without them. Now my physicians just accept the inevitable and hope I don’t drop it on my head:)
    I am very excited about this product. I have recently become a big believer in body weight training and have considered purchasing TT except it lacked the KB component. I wish you well in this and hope that everyone benefits from it.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Oscar R

    I have been a Turbulence Training user for the past few years and am a huge fan and follower of Craig’s workouts. I love the results I have gotten and would like to take it the the next level. I will use free weights when the TT monthly workout have them, but don’t use as much weight as I really should to push myself. Having a partner that wants to keep up the TT pace has not been easy. I have had people come up to me and commpliment me on my focus when I workout. I always wear my heart rate monitor to keep the “turbulence” high. The TT Kettlebell Workout wiil allow me to push my self a little harder with weights in a safe manner. And knowing the workouts were designed my a fellow “TT-Head” means the workout will be challenging and kick a**! At 47 years old I am in the best shape of my life thanks to Craig and TT. But why stop here… Bring it on Chris!!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Sandi

    I have heard of Kettlebell workouts for years and was always intrigued with them. I hadn’t until recently known anyone who had ever tried them before. I myself have not tried workouts with them although I would like to. I used to dance, in my younger years so I was always in shape and genetically I never had any problem with my waist area. Since then I have had two kids who now have a very active schedule, I am starting a home business which also incorporates classes and my own activities. I no longer workout because of scheduling and a hectic life. The combination of not working out and going through menopause I have developed “pre” osteoperosis (spelling?) and extra fat that I have never had (big middle). Yikes! All of this just crept up on me and I hate it. So I am looking for something to get rid of my extended middle and build my bones with out harming me. I think this might work.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Oscar R

    I have been using Turbulence Traing for the past couple of years and am a huge fan and believer of Craig’s system. I have gotten very good results but know I can improve.At 47 years old i am in the best shape of my life. I will use the free weights when the monthly program calls for them but don’t use as much weight as I should cause I train on my own. I always wear my heart rate monitor when I workout to keep the turbulence high. And finding someone to keep up the TT pace isn’t easy. People have complimented me on my focus while working out and love the telling them about TT. I am ready to take my workout to the next level. Knowing the TT Kettlebell Workouts were designed by a fellow “TT-Head” means they will be challenging and kick a**! Just like I like it…Bring it on Chris!!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    bob

    hey,

    I’m 5-7 male 44 years old working out for 25 years off and on . Always been considered to be in decent shape stocky weighed about 205 for years , pretty strong . Approx 2 years ago got on the scale and weighed 225 , since then I have been experimenting with diets and workouts alot of KB work learned from internet and have got down to a respectable 190. Ready to take it to the next level . Single digit body fat , . I belive that I got the diet down pretty good , mostly Paleo , eat stop eat . Need to cut down on the weekend spirits a bit . Got a family and stressful job , working on dealing with stress. I LOVE KETTLEBELLS !!! I have a 60, 50 , 40 , 36 and 28 in my garage . Trained all thru the winter with a heavy jacket and gloves doing snatches and KB swings . Now out in my yard with the weather being better . I realy need a program to follow . I have a hard time sticking to a program , I follow Craig and believe that combing TT and KB for me is the perfect fit . I know this is what I have been waiting for and the last peice to get me to elite status

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Charles Long

    I like kettlebells. I like this style of training. So combining the 2 should be an automatic winner.

    I’m 48 years old and can do a lot that guys half my age can’t do. But I can’t seem to get rid of this last few pounds of stubborn fat. I have good conditioning. If I could lose that last bit, I’d look it.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Cindy

    I’ve always wanted to try and use Kettlebells but i have been scared not knowing exactly how and not wanting to injure myself.
    I have many problems with pain, especially with disc bulges in my spine, but have found that by strengthening the surrounding muscles it helps to alleviate the pain and frequency of “Attacks”. I’m always looking for and trying new ways to develop that strength in a safe and home based manner (I don’t belong to a gym), and this program seems to be an effective way to learn how to use kettlebells and a new way to challenge myself. It also looks like a great way to work the back muscles with minimal, and portable, equipment which is often challenging using body weight exercises alone. If this method of training would help me get lean and a six pack, well that would be my dream come true.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jonathan Wright

    During college I switched over to circuit training to help give me more study time getting my nerd on. This style of training as also transferred over to my post college life style. I may not be a parent yet, but I have a new beagle puppy that I consider my little girl. She has to stay home alone while I’m at work for 10 hours every day plus a half hour commute thats 11 hours away. I try to take her for 30 minute to hour long walks in both the morning and evening and spend the evenings spending time with her. So I have become accustomed to 30 minutes workouts 3 days a week to fit the new schedule. Plus being fresh out of college I really don’t want to waste money on gym memberships. I feel that TT Kettlebell workouts would perfectly fit my new schedule and lifestyle. Plus I enjoy the kettlebells more than the usual weight routine. Thank you again Chris!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Harry B

    I am a 62 year old vegetarian male and have been working out for a couple of years using many different routines and different workout concepts. For the last few months I’ve been doing functional power training and feel that Kettlebells are the next logical step toward reaching my goals. I’m in the process of looking for Kettlebells and found your site. Getting the Kettlebell Revolution from TT would be a perfect match for the Kettlebells I’m about to purchase (after I figure out what set of Kettlebells I need).

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Cindy

    Hi Chris, I am a 50 yr old women who lost 103 lbs doing weightwatchers. It took 1 yr 4 months to reach that goal in Feb. 2004. I was able to maintain that weightloss for about 4 yrs but have been struggling this last year. I have lost my motivation and desire for going to the gym and have put on 25 pounds. Please help me commit to a new exercise program that will get me results and get me back on track by living a healthy lifestyle. I need to be challenged and think your TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System is just what I am looking for. Thanks for offering me a chance to win your program and getting me back on the fitness band wagon.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Adam

    Hey Chris,
    I am a 34 yr old father of an 18 month old with baby #2 on the way in Dec. I don’t have lots of time to get to the gym anymore because my son gets up at 5:30am everyday even on the weekends. i work full time and have my “husband” duties as well. I have been getting up at 4:30am to workout in my garage since my gym doesn’t open until 5:30am. As you can see I am strapped for time. Working out at home gives me the freedom to at least get my heart rate going and I have been wanting to try a kettelbell workout for sometime now. I have using Craig’s TT workout with much success but I want to kick it up more than just a notch…I want it at full volume. I think the TT KB RFLS is the perfect thing to keep the “Dad Fat” off while I try to get at least 30 min of a workout in before and after baby #2 gets here.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Teresa

    Chris,
    Thanks for the opportunity to win your new kettlebell workout program. I am in my mid-forties and have been struggling with weight for several years. I have three children and there never seems to be enough time. I really can’t afford to join a gym and when I have done that, I haven’t really been that successful. I have been doing a home body weight program and know that learning how to swing a kettlebell would help with my transformation. I am really scared of what my fifties are going to be like if I do not get control soon. I actually bought a kettlebell and learned what I could from youtube but was quickly sidelined with pain. I guess it wasn’t as easy as it looked. My entire family would greatly benefit from me winning this and safely getting back to health and having the energy that is required to keep up! Thanks again for your time and consideration.
    In Good Health,
    Teresa

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Adam Davidson

    Being someone who never had a weight problem I was shocked to see myself in mirror one day with no idea where the gut had come from. After laughing it off for a year or so and the gut getting bigger and bigger I decided it was time to lose it and make sure it never came back.

    After talking to a few friends I signed up at the same gym they were members at and started working out 3-4 times per week, nearly 12 months after starting at the gym I am fitter and stronger than I’ve been in years, I’ve added 10cm’s to my chest, 4 cm’s to my biceps and 6 cm’s to my thighs and have managed to get rid of the imbalances between my left and tight side. The only thing that hasn’t really changed is the size of my gut, the increased muscle size and strength is good but not when it’s covered by a stubborn layer of fat.

    I believe the kettle bell workout is exactly what I need to get rid of the gut and add to the muscle I have added over the last year and be able to achieve it in time for the Australian summer.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Becs

    Kiaora Chris

    I live in New Zealand and have been receiving emails from TT site for awhile now. I decided that enough was enough and purchased Craig’s TT system even though the price was very costly, but I think it was all worthed.
    I am really intersted in this new system, but once again the price is doubled even with a great deal because of where I live 🙁 I also have to purchase the kettlebells, and if you could help me in finding any here in New Zealand that would really help on the cost.
    I would greatly appreciate one of the three like so many others on here, but whether it happens or not, I will continue living a healthy lifestyle.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Linda Smith

    Hi Craig,
    I never heard of Kettlebells until I read about them in one of your newsletters. I was curious about them after that and researched them on the web, wanting to learn more. I found a kettlebell trainer here, close to my house in N. San Diego County, CA and have been to her classes since January of this year. I love how working out with kettlebells compliments my regular resistance workouts and incorporates a bit of cardio in there too. It’s really fun. I would love to read your new TT Kettlebell Revolution Workout book and incorporate your workouts with kettlebells into my TT workout sessions. Thanks for keeping up with fun and interesting workout techniques and sharing them with us.
    Sincerely
    Linda

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Mike A

    Let’s keep this short and sweet: kettlebells workouts are intense, varied, efficient, and full-body, the essence of Turbulence Training.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Richard Freeman

    I have trained with kettlebells for five years. This is a quality of life issue for me. With the TT concept of balance of workouts–frequency, intensity, and variety– coupled with appropriate dietary intake and compostion, you can’t go wrong in achieving proper body composition for health as well as an attractive physical appearance.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Davin Fisk

    Hi Chris, after experiencing with kettlebells for a short time it really got me thinking. I know the term functional training gets thrown around alot but I truly believe working with kettlebells is as functional as it gets. My entire core was involved on each movement which in turn made me stronger, leaner and more powerful. I really noticed that with all the muscles involved, much more neural activation was needed which really carried over to the real world for me. Also, being that I am one who has struggled with shoulder injuries for many years, I feel that every exercise that I do with kettlebells is more natural and my shoulder pain has subsided a great deal. Kettlebells are great for preventing injuries and executing exercises more efficiently especially when lacking mobility in certain areas such as the hips, shoulder and spine. Kettlebells have helped me get rid of that last bit of stubborn fat as well. I think no matter what level a person or whether that individual is an athlete looking to get stronger, powerful, and faster or the general person looking to get more fit, then using kettles is the ultimate workout indeed. Now I need some help with how to put everything together and the programs. With all being said, this is why I think the TT kettbell revolution fatloss system will help me transform my body. I may transform my body so well from this systerm that one day I may even take Craig Ballantyne’s job and end up on the next cover of your new book, haha!

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    sagwa

    I have not heard about the kettlebell workout, but would like to try it.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Ranjeet Kumar

    Some go East
    Some go West
    but the Turbulence Training is The Best

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jesus Reyes

    The TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help me transform my body and help me lose all that unwanted fat, because it has been designed by serious, knowledgable experts in the fitness field.

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Jesus Reyes

    Why the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help you transform your body and help you lose all that unwanted fat.”

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Derek

    The total shock value of kettlebell workouts introduces the body to something TOTALLY new and forces it to responds almost immediately along with intensifying dietary intake….now give me this dam workout!!!!!–I will post before and after pics

  • Reply September 2, 2009

    John Shea

    I’ve always been intrigued by kettlebell training and am looking forward to diving into this workout w/my boots on.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    maya

    it works wonders. it touches the smallest muscle of the body.a newer technique. peps you up.never tiring

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Manjeet

    Hi Chris!

    I need an uncomplicated structured home-based workout program that can blast the fat in the shortest time possible. I need to lose 40lbs by my goal date Dec 16.

    I have already lost 20 lbs in a 3-month bodyweight program that I did at home. But I have reached a plateau and need someone like you to jump start it again!

    I have set this year as the year to succeed — no buts, no ifs, no maybes, I will beat the fat!

    I also like to tell you that you motivated me so much on the day of your ‘Enter the revolution’ e-mail that within 10 minutes after reading your e-mail, I ordered my first Pro 8kg kettlebell. It is coming in tomorrow by courier.

    And of course, your client, that super fit 66-year-old grandma was truly awe inspiring. I want to be like her!!! If she has become this strong, gorgeous woman by following your workouts then I have no qualms of become your faithful ‘client.’

    I want to be a strong, confident and fit woman! Hear me roar!

    Regards,
    Manjeet

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Martin Cox

    Dear Craig and Chris. Up until 18 months ago I was a black belt kick boxer, training at least 4 times per week, with weights on the other days. I was Fit! Then I was diagnosed with a heart condition. My world collapsed and for 6 months I was in a state of self pity. I then learned about ‘Turbulence Training’ and it gave me a new lease of life, despite my crazy meds intake and pacemaker. I am now around 85% of my previous fitness with body fat dropping weekly. I really need to push on and become fitter and stronger than ever, which will be such a mental boost, (not to mention ego),for both me and my long enduring, beautiful wife, Anita. I am absolutely certain that kettlebell workouts are the answer as my local gym has a very limited weight set, and these new routines will shock my body and metabolism to places they have never gone before. Best Martin Cox.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Scott

    I had always been the chubby kid until I decided to do something about it last year. So far I have lost 19kg and several inches, feeling sooooo much better now but starting to want something new in my training and think that this could be the thing I need to get rid of that lingering few kilos of body fat.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    robbie

    I have a home gym built around dumbbells, barbells and a bench. I tried kettlebells at a gym and while I found them upredictable at first but I had a great workout. A couple of nice sized kettlebells would take care of my fitness needs. The Kettlebell Revolution begins!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Kevin Holloway

    I have been working out with weights for most of my life. I am most successful when I set goals for myself. It gives me a reason to go to the gym. I’m a 49 yr old Youth Pastor, and never have the time I need to sustain a program to lose all the fat I want to. It is also always hard for me to eat right, and get the sleep I need. I have always desired to be strong and lean, but have never reached my goals in that. I’ve never tried Kettlebell workouts, but am very curious about how they can help me lose the fat I’ve been working on for some time. After reading your webpage, watching videos, and hearing about your program, I decided to enter for the opportunity to do the program. Thanks for the opportunity, Chris Kevin

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Larry Ross

    I am a 73 yr. old male had two heart attacks and a pace maker( defib).
    working with weights,I think it would be easer to travel and carry a couple
    of kettel bells and a program.
    Thank you
    Larry Ross

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Vicki

    Hey Chris

    I used to go the gym regularly, but had to stop to have a knee operation.

    Once my knee was back on the mend & as my gym membership had expired I decided to start doing workouts at home, and after doing much research I discovered TT workouts.

    I commenced with TT bodyweight workouts, which I can testify really do work, losing approximately 6kg along the way, leaving me with about 2kg to go (those stubborn 2 kg).

    I have since bought a few apparatus creating myself a home gym, a chin up bar, which I can convert for inverted rows, a swiss ball & a bench.
    Last night on TV (Australia) I watched a program about a Navy Seal who was using Kettlebells and his workouts covered multi-joint movements, much like TT.

    As a result I have decided to purchase a set of kettlebells, therefore along with the “TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System”, I should hopefully burn those extra 2kg and give myself that leaner look I have been striving for.

    Lastly, I have recently commenced study for a Cert 3 & 4 in fitness, and plan to run bootcamps, and would like to incororate TT & kettlebells into my programs, as I am a firm believer in both.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    blstosh95@yahoo.com

    Hey Chris,
    Just getting back into working out and have had a kettlebell (or 2) laying around for a few years. Just finished two cycles of your kettlebell revolution, workout A. Nice and quick fits into my time constraints. IF the rest of the program is as good as this it is definitely something I would need to add to my library.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Megan Swanson

    Hi Chris, I have 3 dvds by Sarah Lurie and Steve Cotter’s 5 disc encyclopedia of kettlebell training. I love kettlebells! I love the breathe work involved, the simplicity, the aerobic and strength workout combination but I am yet to find my groove in dedicating regular training times in my week. It has been a couple of months since I picked up 1 of my bells. If this manual could do it, I would be shedding 20kgs minimum, and packing my bikini, leaving Oz to come and give you the biggest HUG ever!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Teresa

    The key to transforming your body is the ability to stay interested in your workout.

    I love Turbulence Training, and I love kettlebell training. Combining the two is just a no-brainer for me. Can’t wait to put it to the test!

    The workout I have been waiting for!

    Thanks,
    Teresa

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Tracy Shaw

    I am a qualified fitness instructor and nutritionist but somewhat of a newbie to kettelebells. I have been using them in my work-outs since I attended a workshop in my home town a few months ago. My progress since including KB routines into my work-outs is just “WOW” I feel like I am turning into iron woman . I am planning on doing my certification next year March through Dragon Door and I would love to get some real tough routines under my belt so that I can qualify for the certification course. They only come bye once a year to South Africa for this qualification so I need to be ready – Pleeeeeeeeze… help me get ready for my qualification. I want to share this amazing training technique with as many of my clients a s possible and I need to qualify to do so.

    Thanks – Tracy

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Faisal

    Hi Chris,

    Not long ago, i heard about the Kettlebells and its admirers praising it for its muscle building effectiveness. Indeed, its a revolution in the field of fitness. As to my knowledge, its distinctive unique feature of the weights with handle gives it an edge over others for a free range of motion workout it provides, which works every muscles which in turns gives the way for fat loss.

    Well, but to get this effectiveness there should be a program fully equipped with varieties of workout using Kettlebells, which can give results. And i don’t think that there is any other better system than “The TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System”, which is committed towards result. And i hope that “if i get this system, then i too would be able to prove that indeed the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help you transform your body and help you lose all that unwanted fat.”

    Thanks
    Faisal

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    mariz

    I abolutely adore my bellls,they are my babies:) i am a IKFF certified kettlebell instructor in the netherlands, I own a company with my boyfriend which promotos unconventional training methods, like sandbags, bulgarian bags,ropes,sledgehammer and kb(I’m also a weight coach and we do live blood analyses). We do train a lot of mma fighters and I’m working on a workshop just for women(I’m also a sales rep for a women only gym). For me my bells go everywhere with me, can’t live without them,always cheer me up:)))

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Wayne

    I’m a 43-yr-old police officer & am about 15kg over my “fighting weight”. One of the primary reasons I’d love to use your program is to be able to keep up with my young (9 yr-old) boy who has an intellectual disability. Pretty much we’ve got him for his entire life & the only way I can see me dealing with this is to be as fit and healthy as I can be. I have done some work with kettlebells previously and have had some good success rehabbing a damaged shoulder (from work…). I’m not a gym-person and don’t have the time available with my home situation to get out to one anyway – my kettlebells live in the garage and be used anytime!! Kettlebells are an awesome tool and I can’t think of anything better which will allow me to keep up with my lad and enjoy both our lives to the fullest.
    All the best
    Wayne

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    shaun

    hey chris,
    im a trainer from South Africa,i work in a club called Virgin active.Im also running a bootcamp,trying to get it up and runing so i can leave virgin.Would love to introduce your kettle bell workout to my camp,would be awsesome for my buisness,as im introducing hot shots like your self into my workouts.
    ps…the rand which is our currentcy as so weak.
    ps…want to come on holiday or expand your fitness buisness here,more than helpfull to sort your accommodation out.
    rgds
    shaun

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Lynn Peters

    I am 42 years old, female and about 150# over my ideal weight. I have spoken with my doctor and I am healthy with no hypertension, no diabetes, no reason I can’t workout hard and finally get into great shape. I am a nurse and I spend my days caring for wounded American military members and their families and I see the struggles and triumphs they go through each and every day. Seeing them each day makes me feel guilty and ashamed to be “healthy” and so over fat due to my own laziness and not being able to afford a gym membership. The time is now for me to redesign my body and become a example of health and fitness to others around me. Being a nurse or medical professional who is fat is all too common and makes it hypocritical for me to teach others about lifestyle choices and strategies for getting into a state of optimum health. I want to be an example for my patients and my coworkers and to be able to workout at home will remove any excuses. To be guided to fitness at home by an expert would be a dream and would be the turning point to changing my life, my body and increase the good I can do for the wounded, their families and the healthcare environment surrounding them. Thank you.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Ameer

    Hey Chris,

    I had been overweight my entire life. I was constantly picked on as a child and ended up growing up with low self esteem. As you can imagine, this affected pretty much every aspect of my life from social to academic. It even caused me to go into a kind of depression about a year ago when I was at my heaviest at 260 lbs. That is until I finally decided to take action and do something about it. I learned about strength training using multi-joint exercises ,etc. and proper eating habits through online research and buying a few books like yours that had workout plans in them. I’m happy to say that I am now in the best shape of my life at a lean 165 lbs and my life is totally different. People can barely recognize me when they see me now. After all this however I still have a small amount of very stubborn fat left on my midsection that refuses to go away and I believe that your kettle bell workouts may be just the thing I need to finally complete my transformation.

    Thanks for your time and effort, Chris. It’s because of people like you that I was able to get to where I am today.

    Ameer

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    steph

    Hey Chris,

    I agree that KB are a great change from the normal DB workouts. The distribution of weight is completly different and that works the muscles slightly different, keeps them guessing hence jumpstarting the body from the plateau many people encounter.

    I am asking for this program not for me but for my mom. I am a personal trainer…and when it comes to family they dont want to listen to you…so if it came from someone else, I am hoping that would get her moving. She needs a workout that she can do at home, not a lot of equipment, and not too much time. As with most people, she works all day comes home completely exhausted and does not want to do anything or go anywhere. She is currently very overweight, borderline diabetes, highj blood pressure, etc. and she knows she needs to start doing something. I believe this could be the perfect program for her!!

    Thanks!
    Steph

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Nikki Milne

    I am a 36 year old with Type 1 Diabetes and I have a full time job helping to run a family business and 2 children aged 4 and 7 so my time is precious. I have been following your workouts for some time now and my friends keep asking me what I am doing that is giving me my great shape and when I tell them to stop boring cardio they say why and I tell them to look at your website and buy some kettlebells. Girls think it is the wrong thing for them to do but I say well look at me then! People hopefully will change their minds about cardio and realise that this workout is also raising your heart rate like interval training so the effect is much better. My heart rate has come down considerably and this is all great for my Diabetes. It is easy to do and I am on much heavier weights already pushing 80lbs on the benchpress and none of it is making me any bigger just much tighter and stronger. I also heard that Gwen Staffani does a lot of this type of training and look at her.

    I am so grateful to you for the introduction to these workouts as they have completely chnaged my life.

    Thanks again.

    Nikki (from Scotland)

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Anna

    I am a 28 yr old stay at home, homeschooling mom of 4 kids! Needless to say I am BUSY! I don’t have the extra money every month to spend on the gym, or to buy the big bulky equipment. This workout is perfect for me because I don’t have to pay for a babysitter to stay with my kids while I go for a jog. My last pregnancy was twins and I gained 50 lbs. I have about 10-15 lbs. left to get off! Stubborn midsection fat! I appreciate the opportunity that you have given to us by offering this! Thanks alot, Anna

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Joel

    I have tried it all and the only thing that kicked me into gear was Turbulence Training. If Craig is behind it, I know that it will work.

    I NEED Something and WANT something that will kick things back into gear and get this 47 year old body looking and feeling good.

    Thanks
    Joel

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Miranda

    Wow…. sounds amazing … oh how I so want to get rid of that horrible lower tummy fat. How I would love to feel confident wearing the clothes I used to prior to two children. With limited time I need something that is easy to follow, fun and best of all WORKS. Your KB workout sounds perfect to finally get the stomach I would love and to regain my confidence. Thanks Miranda

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Darin

    Chris- I have been a fitness fanatic for over 35 years and I am constantly searching for answers that would transform my body to the physique I have dreamed about for years. I have struggled with that dreaded layer of belly fat and there just doesn’t seem to be a program out there to truly give me that shredded look. I am skeptical to buy products merely for the fact that many of them do not give results. I believe your program will work and transform my body into one of those that grace the cover of fitness magazines. I am dedicated, motivated, and driven by success and I challenge you to pick me as one of the 3 winners- PLEASE! THANKS!!-Darin

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Johanne

    I just discovered kettlebells and saw your videos. The one with the 66 year old grandma really go me thinking, “I can do that too!”. I’m 53 and have a few pounds to loose (small love handles and a little belly). I also want to get in better shape and NOW is the time. I’ve been to gyms years ago and since I don’t have a car anymore, the gyms are too far. And I like to train at home. The KB workouts sound perfect for somebody who has a small house like mine and not much room to train. And they are better than bodyweight exercises also since you spend more energy. I just ordered one KB and can’t wait to get it to start using your free videos.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    keri

    having very little time with a full time job and two under four, a fast pace high intensity workout is definitately something that can be managed and motivational. I have always been curious about kettlebells and how it transforms the body. I’m currently studying to be a personal trainer, would love to incorporate kettlebell training in my repertoire.

    Thank you Chris for the opportunity to try out your new system.
    Keri

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Shely

    I think Kettlebells are the way to train. I’ve been in an AOS (Art of Strength gym founder Anthony Diluglio) for over a year now and it’s an amazing workout. You won’t find a better way to challenge yourself, develop your core and become stronger. The kettlebells are a central tool for strength, endurance, and body shaping. It allows for momvements and exercises unmatched by any barbell,dumbbell or weight machine. I think your KB workouts are what we’ve been waiting for!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    LORETTA WEST

    i am really interested in the kettlebell workouts and watching your video has given me the information that i was looking for… thanks
    loretta west

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Lena

    Well where do i start..i’m new to fitness and new to kettlebells…so here’s the thing..i just bought 2 kettlebells on my trip down to florida..and i”ve been told that “Form” is everything when doing your exercise..and who best to learn that from… but a kettlebell master..besides i almost knocked out a gym buddy when the kettlbell i was trying flew out of my hand and across the room…so form and knowlwdge is everything and that’s why i would love to have a copy…..cheers!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Lori

    Well first of all I am 48 and I can’t loose that menapausal weight.
    Overall I am in good shape, even better than my 27 year old son.
    I workout 5 to 6 days a week. Weights and cardio. But that damn stubborn
    women fat that we get around our belly’s, hips and thighs. DRIVES ME CRAZY!!
    Why working out and eating good can’t I get rid of this body fat that
    just won’t budge!!! I work hard at this and I just can’t seem to loose it.
    I would love to win this Kettleball work out. I have heard so much good about this workout and what it can do for your body.
    I always like trying new workouts to better my body. Hope fully this is the one for me.
    Thank you….
    Lori

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Heather Odeh

    I love , love, love kettlebells! I want to get smaller ones and a lot of them for my boot camp class. I want my clients to get some for their ouse too. I think they are so much fun and versitile!! I did a whole workout with kettlebells the other day and I was nice and sore afterwards. Great for shoulder stability! Thanks!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    John

    Have tried a little of everything and cannot lose my huge stomach. Will try this if I can get the kb’s to go with the program.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Dermot Ryall

    Chris ,

    Congratualtions on your new program. Having used the Fit and Busy Dads system and following some of your other articles and blogs , I know that this program will be a great success for all who use it and am sure that it will be a great success for you also. As you already know I can not recommend you enough for all the programs and great information and personal responses that you have provided so many of us with. Why I feel it would be great for me is that I work two jobs , part of the year I actually have two jobs and another part time job , I have 3 kids and I really have to work hard at trying to get the balance right between , family , work , and exercise , as you know it’s difficult to try keep everything going at the same time. This program would suit me because it requires minimal equipment will provide great results and can be done at home , great results in alot less time , sounds like the thing for me.

    In any case best of luck with it ,

    Dermot.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Magdalena

    I have worked hard to lose weight over the past two years and I’ve lost most of it. However, belly fat is one issue that seems to plague me. I am following a low glycemic way of eating and working out at least 4 days a week. I have a kettlebell at home and have used it some but would love a more comprehensive workout program using it. The fact that these workouts are short and effective is great for me because I’m very busy. I love working out, especially working out at home. I’m always up for a challenge and I look forward to this program with much anticipation. Thank you!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Jose

    Hello, I have not used kettle bells because they are so expensive. I have one that I got for my birthday but I only know a few movements. I have reached my fat loss goals but I want to improve my fitness. The only way to do so is by learning more and more.

    I trust Chris and the TT system 100%. Anything you both put out from smallest thing is awesome. I truly feel this will help me adapt my body to get stronger and leaner quicker. Also I am excited to finally use my kettle bell. You guys are awesome and I hope to be part of the winners.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Jordi

    I just stumbled on to Turbulence Training a couple of weeks ago and can not believe that all of the information I was taught or read about how to workout is misleading. It was a real eye opener. I am a busy mom who never had the time to get back in shape because I was always under the impression that you need 2 to 3 hours in the gym to lose weight consistently. I think the kettlebell workout turns that concept on its head and I would love the opporunity recieve a copy of the workout to help me get back to by pre-baby body and give me the energy and strength to get me through my day.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Seth

    “Why the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System would be the perfect product to finally help you transform your body and help you lose all that unwanted fat.”

    I am a 33 year old firefighter. When I was in high school, I was in great condition. However, 15 years, 1 wife, 2 kids, and the “real world” has helped me to add 30 pounds of fat! As the years have gone by, I have added time working daily as well as less time available for working out every week. And now that is enough excuses! I work a 24 on 48 off shift schedule at the fire station and one to two side jobs on my days off to support my family and allow my children to have a stay at home mom (and they are much better off for it). I have grown up and realized I am not going to live forever. In the profession I have chosen, being in top condition is required in instances where your entire body has to perform in less than perfect conditions. I have started to change my life in order to give my kids the chance to have a participating father for as long as possible. I know that the chance is always there that I may not come home one day from the fire station and I do nto want to miss anything in their lives, just in case. I have changed my diet with little changes and am working up to making much better diet choices. I have visited the doctor and have gotten my blood pressure issues under control. And now I need to change my conditioning and body to give me the best opportunity to give my family what they deserve. I have tried a few times to lose weight. One time I lost 50 pounds but lost all muscle and felt horrible while working out for 8 plus hours every week as well as working a full time job and going to fire academy 4 days a week. Since then, I have added 40 pounds back on and need a jump start to a lifetime of fitness. I have used several workout programs I have found online, but have a hard time without an actual plan to stick to the workouts. This just leads me to get minimal results and sometimes leaves me very confused about how to move forward. I think this has stifled my weightloss and conditioning and is frustrating. Receiving your program would allow me the opportunity to work out in shorter spurts around the rest of my schedule in my house instead of having to go to a gym and lose valuable time to my family. It would help complete the changes I have been working on for the last couple of years and would allow me to give my children the father they deserve. It would increase my chances of getting out of a bad situation if something bad happened either to me or someone else in a fire or collapse situation. As an additional benefit, the department I work for is a very close family as well. When someone finds something that works well everyone else tries it and it sweeps through the department (several diets, any supplement, the 300 workout, etc.) and it generally benefits everybody in the department. I appreciate your time and look forward to receiving continued emails and hope that I will receive you program to complete my life changes.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Henrik "Hea" Andersson

    Hi Chris,

    Thank you once again for the free programs and PDF.
    I’ll turn 33 this Sunday (6th of September) and I’ve been training with kettlebells for about 5 months now. My neighbor introduced me to kettlebells in January and after borrowing his 16kg/35lb KB every day I decided to buy my own. 🙂
    This spring I also took a KB seminar and really nailed the technique. Ever since I’ve gotten amazing results! Both physical looks and strength wise. I look better and are stronger after these few months than when I worked out for years(!) at the gym in my 20s!
    I also love that I’m able to workout at home. My workout is done in less time than it would take me to get in my car and drive to the gym!
    Now I wish to take it to a new level and I’mm hoping to win your program. Or as a birthday present for my 33rd birthday if you will. 😉
    Thank you again.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Todd

    Chris,

    I’m 42 and finally getting back in shape thanks to TT! Another few months and the TT Kettlebell Revolution will get me to my goal.

    I’ve been helping my sister, who is 75 pounds overweight and discouraged. This program would be the motivation that she needs to get healthy again. She is 34 and had her 4th child last March. Frankly, she’s afraid she won’t live to see him grow up! Help me encourage her that she is on the right track on making these life changes!

    Thanks!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Cathy Johnson

    Chris,

    I have been using Kettlebells for a few months and have already noticed a difference in my body; my butt and thighs are tighter and smaller and I’ve lost about 5 lbs. I am a 50-year old female and my main form of exercise is cycling, although I know that weight training is just as important if not more important than cardio. I have arthritis in my lower back and can feel my back getting stronger with the use of kettlebells. I’m also getting stronger at climbing hills on my bike!!!

    I have been following your free workouts plus those of Craig Ballantyne’s (along with his vegetarian diet). I also use Ryan Lee’s 4-min workout DVD’s….intense workouts! I was sooooo impressed with your video of the 66-yr old woman using kettlebells…….what an inspiration….I want to be like her at 66! I am ready for the next level and need heavier kettlebells (which are kinda costly)so therefore it would be great if I could get the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System for free so I can get some heavier kettlebells!

    I tell everyone I know about kettlebells and what a difference they make…..alot of people don’t even know what a kettlebell is!

    Thank you so much for all you do for us!

    P.S. I also HATE going to the gym; would rather workout at home!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Tracey Fox

    Hi Chris

    There is a young(ish) woman from England
    Who wants to get rid of her midsect(ion)
    She’s gonna get some kettlebells
    To work herself fit and well
    And make sure the midsection stays gone!

    Okay, not much of a rhyme, but it’s full of hope!
    Good luck reading through all the comments, and please keep helping
    us with the workouts!
    Tracey

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Tracey Fox

    Hi Chris..

    There is a young(ish) woman from England…
    who wants to get rid of her midsect(ion)!
    She’s gonna get some kettlebells
    To work herself fit and well
    And wants never to see that midsection again!

    Good luck with your selection, many thanks for your help so far.
    Tracey xxx

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Tracey Fox

    Sorry! I didn’t think the first one had registered!

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Kath

    Hey Chris,
    When I started my new position as counselor at an elementary school in January, one of the teachers came up to me and said, “I want your arms.” As I got to know more staff, it became evident that the concern for wellness and being good role models for our students was there, but what was lacking were opportunities for fitness activities. I had many people asking me about the possibility of leading some weight lifting classes after school, but the logistics of equipment was a barrier. How could we get enough free weights to accommodate the needs, and where could we store them?

    Then I discovered kettlebells.

    A single mom working full-time, I can afford neither the time nor money to join a gym, so I have tried all manner of work-outs I can do from home. I discovered kettlebells this past spring, and am amazed at how using them targets your muscles in a very different yet effective way. I was disappointed, however, in the limited number of exercises included with the KB’s, and the fact that I couldn’t find much more on the Internet. Having been a subscriber to both yours and Craig Ballantyne’s emails I was excited to learn about your collaboration with the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System. As I was thinking about how exciting it would be to finally create the sleek, toned body I wanted (that could give me the energy to keep up with ALL my kids, and that even Tony Horton couldn’t hone), I realized I could do more than help myself. Kettlebells would be a perfect, convenient, simple-to-learn tool that I could implement at my school to assist others in their fitness goals. And your program would give me the variety to keep the interest level high. Wouldn’t it be great if our school — one of nine in a very large district — could be known as The Wellness School.

    Thank you for your commitment and generosity in helping others reach their fitness goals.

    Kath

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Roger Crowley

    I’m really excited about the TT kettlebell routines – yeah, I hate the gym and live in a small flat with no room for loads of equipment, but mostly it’s because there’s something so damn primal about swinging a huge lump of iron around. Actually it’s mostly because I bought one a couple of weeks ago and have been looking for a routine from a trustworthy source to really get going with.
    Cheers, here’s to kettlebells.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Andrew

    Dear Chris,
    I recently bought a starter set of kettlebells 12, 16 and 20kg. Unfortunately, there does not appear to be very good literature to aid with my training. Most of the KB courses held in the UK seemed to be geared towards certification to teach. I guess that’s where the money is. I have therefore done very little by way of training with my kettlebells. I was so excited but feel like I have not put my KB to good use. I feel your TT KB revolution is just the ideal support/training aid that I need to make the positive strides in my physical development. Keep up the good work. Muchas gracious professsor.

    Regards

    Andrew London UK

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Mary

    The Kettlebell Revolution is for me because it looks like truly functional fitness and just with s light beginner set of KBs I can already see my form improving (and boy am I sore too!). This system looks like a winner, but I need a good plan so I know what I am doing to lose some of the weight I have put back on because of medication and bad knees. I also need to get some heavier KBs:) This program is gettiing me excited about working out again.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Mitch

    Hey Chris, the KBs are a great ,convienent and effecctive tool.They take up very little romm in comparison to other pieces of workout kit. They can be used in loads of different ways, ensuring differing workouts and intensities are never a problem. You can use them in your living room, in that space in front of your TV. Watch your favourite TV show, when the commercials come on, do a mini circuit. Change the movement with the changing commercials.Or more serious athletes, intersperse KB circuits with shuttles or sprints.Do the cicuit after a longer run, superset with bodyweight excercises.All great combinations that will help burn fat and create the body you want!

    Mitch

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Rooha

    Hi-I work 12 hour shifts, just had surgery and have about 20 pounds to lose.No gym near my place. I love working out at home and am getting back into a routine now. I would love to get a kettlebell workout that has TT principles built right into it. I love Craig and his workouts and am confident that if I add on KB workouts its going to be awesome. Im planning to get Kardena’s meal plan (little short on money right now) but am incorporating her principles. I cant wait for this program.

  • Reply September 3, 2009

    Nana

    Its so interesting to be involve in your workout routines and getting informations on nutrition from you. I made so much improvement physically doing your workouts. Surely it boost in mentally having to feel that I am much fitter and slimmer now… from 80kg to 72kg.

    I do like to maintain and improve my health more from your guidance. Well doing great simple workouts improve my overall physically especially I am reaching my 50th birthday. Doing the best, getting the best !

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Don

    Hi Chris,

    I am not the type to workout in smelly gyms. I have a set of kettlebells and I don’t really know how to use them. I am very motivated, (have run 3 marathons within the past 6 months) and would love to work with a program and lose some gut.

    Thank you!

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Jerry Helton

    Chris,

    I am currently working with five Sailors who could be kicked out of the Navy in the next six months, if they don’t get into Navy standards and pass their next physical readiness test.

    I want to help these folks succeed, and I will take all the help I can get to keep them.

    Jerry

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Jerry Helton

    Chris,

    I am currently working with five Sailors who are in danger of being kicked out of the Navy in the next six months if they don’t get within Navy standards and pass their next physical readiness test.

    I want them to succeed, and I’m willing to try a new training regime to make that happen.

    Jerry

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Jane

    Hi Chris!
    I love the idea of the Kettlebell Revolution! Watching the downloads has made me appreciate the idea of being able to burn fat and still do it in a convient location – where ever I am! I live in an apartment and don’t have room for a lot of equipment.
    I am inspired by your 66 year old client and hope that I can move as well as she does when I’m her age!
    I would love to win one of the 3 copies you are giving away. I’ve got the fat to burn!

    Thanks for helping me along!

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Jane

    I’ll try again. If this shows up twice, I hope you understand.

    Hi Chris!

    I love the idea of burning fat and getting a great workout any where I happen to be! In the past couple of years, menopause has really caught up with me as far as weight gain. After seeing your 66 year old client, I know I can get back on track with your program. What an inspiration for me!

    I would love to win one of the 3 copies you are giving away. I’m prepared to use it and give you updates on how I’m doing!

    Thanks for all the great videos.

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Karen B

    I have been training with your Turbulence programs for years and have gotten great results. I recently started working out with Kettlebells and really feel the difference with every session. I would love to win your program because right now I am not really following any set routine and I know that a Kettlebell circuit put together by you would give me a kick ass workout and the results I’ve been craving. I’m getting closer to my goal with every workout lately and from past experience with your workouts I just know that working out with your Revolution program will help me achieve my ultimate goal of reducing my body fat and getting that lean clean look. thanks for all the great workouts

    Karen

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Limastar

    Have been doing TT Training for several months now and saw Craig using them. Since I don’t have kettle bells available, I used Dumbbells. I’ve been doing the exercises enough to know that I’d like to get some kettle bells. I really enjoyed your videos demonstrating the use and versatility of the kettle bells.

    If you have any advice about what to buy, I’d appreciate the help. I’m 5’3″ and weigh about 128 pounds. I need to lose another 8 lbs. before reaching my final goal weight. I’d love to win a copy of your kettle bell routines to add variety to my exercising routine.

    Thanks.

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Katherine

    Hi Chris,
    I’m interested in and excited about the kettlebell workout for a number of reasons. The first and probably the most important is that I would like to become more fit and generally stronger. I’ve recently gotten into mountain biking, x-country skiing and rock climbing. I prefer to be outside than in a gym, so as much as I’m enjoying getting out and doing these sports, I’m more intimidated by them at this point. I’m often struggling with the strength and endurance needed particularly for mtn biking. At times, when I should be focusing on mastering new technical skills, I’m wasting my time and energy pushing my bike and feeling bad about my capabilities (or lack thereof) instead!
    After getting the TT emails about your kettlebell workouts I did a little research and found out how beneficial kettlebell training was not only in general, but also for sports such as mountain biking and climbing. I read how it actually helps develop certain sport specific techniques as well. Needless to say, if I’m able to improve my physical fitness, whittle away excess body fat and improve my technique, all in one workout – I’ll soon be actively enjoying and mastering my new sports instead of being intimidated by them!

    Thanks so much for the workouts you’ve already made available and the opportunity to win the kettlebell program.
    – Katherine

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Jamie Ramos

    Chris:
    Since I posted twice already (by accident) I thought I might appeal one last time. September 10th is my 41st Birthday so how about a GREAT birthday present? Seriously, I’m into Kettlebells for the same reasons you are. I saw the hospital parking lot video and thought that was great. I can’t wait to see what you’ve developed with Craig, because I am constantly trying to develop my training. I have experienced tremendous results towards functional fitness with a few simple tools: KBs (8,12,16 and 20K), jump rope, jump box, pull up bar and a TRX ($20 home made). Using these in my garage, basement and backyard (I have yet to venture out for a mobile workout but love the idea). Combine these with interval sprints and a gymboss- well you get the picture. I’m pretty wrecked after an intense workout and easily burn 500 calories in 30 minutes. But what I need most is a program I can follow that will get results. I have the drive, the motivation and a solid training base but I cannot seem to move past where I’m currently at. When I started TT I was literally blown away, the key to my success was following the workouts. KBs have been a total re-education for me and I have enjoyed EVERY minute of it. I’ve read the books and studied the moves. It’s clear to me I need a workout to follow. Thanks for the workouts you’ve already provided and this chance to win the package.
    Jamie

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    katherine

    Hi Chris,

    My apologies if this posts twice…

    I’m interested in and excited about the kettlebell workout for a number of reasons. The first and probably the most important is that I would like to become more fit and stronger. I’ve recently gotten into mountain biking, x-country skiing and rock climbing. I prefer to be outside than in a gym, so as much as I’m enjoying getting out and doing these sports, I’m more intimidated by them at this point. I’m often struggling with the strength and endurance needed particularly for mtn biking. At times, when I should be focusing on mastering new technical skills, I’m wasting my time and energy pushing my bike and feeling bad about my capabilities (or lack thereof) instead!

    After getting the TT emails about your kettlebell workouts I did a little research and found out how beneficial kettlebell training was not only in general, but also for sports such as mountain biking and climbing. I read how it actually helps develop certain sport specific techniques as well. Needless to say, if I’m able to improve my physical fitness, whittle away excess body fat and improve my technique, all in one workout – I’ll soon be actively enjoying and mastering my new sports instead of being scared of them!

    Thanks so much for the 2 workouts you’ve already made available and the opportunity to win the kettlebell program.
    – Katherine

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    ROBERT D. KATZ, M.D.

    Congratulations on enlightening your readers to the most revolutionary exercise and fat loss regimen available. In combination with body-weight resistance training and high intensity interval training, you’re guaranteeing success.

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    adona

    Hi Chris,

    My journey to fitness & health began 6 months ago and I’m happy on how things are progressing.My biggest challenge though, is to lose my belly fat.

    These are the reasons why I want to get into kettlebell training:

    – Kettlebell exercises uniquely strengthens the muscles that provide stability and support. I have back issues (but had been pain free ever since I started with my fitness & health regimen)and this will certainly help.

    – Unlike dumbbells, I don’t have to buy them in pairs. Plus, I like that it has a handle. It gives me infinite freedom of lifting and from what I’ve learned through research is that its unique design minimizes training injuries.

    – Kettlebell training makes it possible to get my strength training, flexibility, cardio and core conditioning with just one piece of equipment.

    – I follow Craig & Holly Rigsby and I absolutely TRUST them. Knowing that you are endorsed by them is certainly a reason for my interest.

    Thank you for this opportunity.

    Adona

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    adona

    Hi Chris,

    My journey to fitness & health began 6 months ago. I am 47 yrs. young, married and mother of 2 college kids. My biggest challenge is to get rid of my belly fat.

    These are my reasons why I want to go into kettlebell training:

    – KB training strengthens the stabilizing & supporting muscles. One of my fitness goals is to strengthen my core & lower back muscles because though I’ve not had any back pain ever since I started my fitness & health regimen, it is important to me that I keep these muscles at top condition.

    – I love the KB design. The handle allows me to lift the KB in infinite ways.
    I also learned that because of its design, using KB minimizes training injuries.

    – With just one piece of this equipment, I can get my strength training, flexibility, cardio & core conditioning in a single workout. It really does saves time.

    – I absolutely trust Craig Ballantyne & Holly Rigsby. Knowing that they endorse you is good enough reason for me.

    Thank you for the workouts. I watched the videos and the file seems corrupted. I deleted the first download and downloaded it again. But the same thing happened again. Can you help me?

    What KB weight should I start with?

    Thank you for this opportunity.

    Adona

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    adrian

    I think your system will help me rid that last bit of abdominal fat from what i have read and seen on your web site it looks also a fun and versitile addition to my workout.

    Adrian

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Jocelyn

    Kettlebells provide the perfect workout! I’ve been working out with KBs for about 2 months. A KB workout doesn’t require a lot of space, doesn’t require travel to a fitness facility, and can be done indoors or outdoors. My workouts with free weights, aerobics, and weight machines didn’t hit the areas of functional fitness like KBs.

    Best of all, KBs offer a variety of workout options. For me, variety is critical in work and play. If there’s variety, I’m eager to do the activity and will stick to it. No lapses, or starts and stops.

    I’m preparing for a January half marathon. Since I’ve starting working out with KBs, I notice that my speed, endurance, and form have improved. I know the TT Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss System combined with clean eating will give me the body and functional fitness that I want.

    It’s good to read about people working out with KBs well beyond reaching their 40’s. The video clip that showcased Chris’ 66-year-old client was amazing. Wow, she’s inspiring!

    Chris, please keep offering your KB workout clips. There terrific!

    Chris, please keep offering the KB workouts clips.

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Barbara

    My biggest goal is to get rid of the stubborn fat around the middle. I believe that the KB workout offers a variety of options that will keep me motivated and getting results.

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    Liz

    Over the past year, I’ve made amazing progress with my body using barbells and dumbbells, but I have also developed a passion for working out with kettlebells. Right now, I lift at a gym, and train with kettlebells once a week. My gym used to be 24 hours, which allowed me to go work out at 10pm and not feel rushed, but now has decided to close at 11pm. Although I finish my weight workouts, I don’t always have time for the extra HIIT/cardio at the end. I would love integrated kettlebell workouts that give me both cardio and heavy lifting in one. It would also be great to know that if I can’t make it to the gym before they close, I can get a great workout at home. I look forward to these workouts!

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  • Reply September 5, 2009

    RICH

    I DID RESPOND TO THE LADY 66 DOING THE KB WORKOUT AND YOU DIDN’T POST IT BECAUSE IT DIDN’T SAY ALL THE RIGHT STUFF. YOU DO KNOW THEIR ARE TWO VIEW’S TO EVERY STORY RICH

  • Reply September 5, 2009

    Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

    Hi Rich,

    Thanks so much for posting another comment. I did post your previous comment on the page you left it on (the page where the client’s video was) and I responded to it. I think you bring up great points and it was important for me to respond to you.

    I would never delete a comment like that because I think it sparks good conversation. I only delete spam messages or duplicates.

    sincerely,
    Chris Lopez

  • Reply September 7, 2009

    Mishel

    Hey Chris, I feel the TT Kettlebell System would be the perfect product for me for several reasons. I think it’s a system that totally works, you are using weight(KB) and mostly core strength as well as combining several exercises into one that puts a good demand on using both major muscles and stabilizing ones. I haven’t tried it yet but am eager too. I was into working out a long time ago and wanted to get into competition, hit a plateau, got depressed, a few unexpected curves in life and I quit on myself(worst feeling ever). I’ve tried working out at home again but it’s too difficult with my son and all the equipment, tried the gym a few times, tried walking and all of that but it just takes WAY too long. I need to regain the strength I had and peel off some fat. Your system can deliver what I need, less than half hour a day, very little equipment but I bet it can kick my ass like I want. My last trainer was x-military and I was left in a sweaty heap, it was great but took WAY too much time away from my 3 yr old and I don’t want to be at a gym again. I need a system that works with me and can travel with me where I don’t need someone spotting my weight bars. Final reason, I have a defibrillator and need to get back in shape and lean out or they will force me into physiotherapy, I would MUCH rather a really good full body workout instead of concentrating on a few muscle groups. I’m sure with your system, I could be where I want in a month, and prove to myself it can be done again at 30.

  • Reply September 16, 2009

    Kay

    Hi Chris,

    I have tried the TT Workout and it is very challenging. I am losing inches. I think that the Kettlebell workout would give me that extra edge to fine tune my workout and finally see those results I am aching to see. I am entering this contest and really hoping that I win. Here is to hoping that I win! If not, that is fine too. I will just continue with my TT Workout. I am sure that I will see results eventually as well.

    Many Thanks!

  • Reply September 16, 2009

    Alan

    Chris…I think this is it. I recently got the KB bug and now I think I’ve found the complete training system to propel me to my goals. Thanks for producing a great product and for the chance of winning it.
    Best of luck to you!
    Alan

  • Reply September 25, 2009

    julio

    Ilike kettle bells for my physical fitness but they are not getting on my chest as required.What sets and reps should be in practise so that my chest should swell likje no-bodys business?
    Regards Julio

  • Reply September 30, 2009

    Kelli Garner

    Really nice posts. I will be checking back here regularly.

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