The Most Important Video I’ve EVER Recorded.

This may resonate with some of you, and it may completely turn others off altogether.

Either way, if you're serious about your training and your goals, this is a truth that you MUST learn to accept.

If not, then you'll probably end up spinning your wheels and being continually frustrated.

This may be the most IMPORTANT video that I have recorded to date.

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  • Reply May 20, 2013



  • Reply May 23, 2013


    I don’t train to entertain myself. I want to stay healthy, get stronger, be limber. I change my programs to achieve my goals. Keep creating your programs Chris.

  • Reply May 23, 2013

    Ashaki Dore

    I think that this is a FABULOUS topic. I am happy that you raised it. I am even happier that trainers are discussing it. I am appalled by the type of exercises I see people doing on the advise of their trainers. exercises that they clearly aren’t strong or fit enough to perform; all for the sake of variety! Variety must not supersede effectiveness and it certainly shouldn’t put anyone in harms way! I applaud you! keep up the great work!

    • Reply June 6, 2013

      Chris Lopez

      Thanks, Ashaki. Glad you weighed in on this topic!

  • Reply May 27, 2013


    Chris, the people that unsubscribed were the folks who wanted to be coddled. They were not listening to your true message from the start. You culled the herd with your post. Job well done. I like your vids, your message and it is a bonus that you are easy on the eye :). Keep up the good work and don’t let the haters get to you.

  • Reply May 29, 2013

    Barbie Williams

    I am very guilty of the try the latest thing, and every time I do, I keep coming back to you cuz the kettlebells work, and it’s the only time my tummy is flat! Keep up the good work!

  • Reply June 6, 2013


    I somewhat agree. However, how does one overcome the plateau stage if they continue to do the same workout over a long period of time? What about muscle memory?

  • Reply March 12, 2014

    Julie Gainer Lang

    I love your passion. Your workouts are great. We believe in what you are teaching us. Keep up the great work!

  • Reply August 18, 2014


    Well said Chris, I do change out my exercises, reps, sets, speed & rest times & sometimes work the same movements using a variety of equipment (ex. barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells) every month or two but overall stick to the large, compound movement exercises that give me the biggest bang for my time spent exercising.

  • Reply December 31, 2014


    Motivated by goals,
    but my body adapts very quickly, I burn 65% of the calories the second time I do any workout and levels off at around 60% of original workout, at age 58 there is a tendon attachment limit so unable to keep increasing strength required to keep burn going.
    Hell, I have done workouts to a sheet of exercises written on paper in my own handwriting so its not a boredom issue.
    So the surprise element works a bit for me, even If I rotate through a series of surprises

  • Reply March 4, 2015

    Gail Owens

    Thanks Chris. I have been guilty of this, Went from training programme, to programme, then home workouts, p90x, Insanity etc, Crossfit. In the end it’s about consistancy, not running round like a lunatic. Just bought your kettlebell programme and loving it!

  • Reply April 30, 2015

    Aaron Friend

    I agree brother, why not master the form of a few simple and powerful exercises that are balanced in gravity and harmonious with the way our bodies are designed. The need for change in exercises seems to be marketing

    • Reply June 2, 2015


      Thanks for the comment, Aaron. You can always include variety in your training, BUT there must be a purpose. You can’t just add in an exercise because it looks cool or because you’re bored. As you said, mastery of the basics is key. Great comment, brother! -Chris

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