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CB-ETRevo2-41We receive hundreds of emails  every week from frustrated men and women – just like you – who want to try Kettlebell workouts and lose fat at home…so we put this funny little video together for you to share the fat burning power of the Kettlebell Workouts…

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“And now, meet Craig Ballantyne, creator of Turbulence Training, and me, Chris Lopez, the ORIGINAL Certified Turbulence Trainer and Your Kettlebell Revolution Expert. We’ll help you discover how you can train using intense TT workouts combined with high-intensity kettlebell circuits to help you transform your body and dramatically increase your all-day energy.”

Please watch the entire video above where you’ll see me take Craig through a Kettlebell Circuit Workout and you’ll discover why they are about to help you finally lose fat the simple way in less time than ever using just Kettlebells.

We know how hard it is – almost impossible, really – to find workouts for men and women who want to lose fat without all the extra effort of having to go the gym and figure out how to use complicated pieces of equipment. It’s so frustrating! That’s why we put these free workouts and videos together for you.

After all, it’s NOT your fault if you’re struggling to lose weight on a workout plan that you’ve had to modify from some high-volume, body-part split routine you found in the latest bodybuilding magazine, or worse, some “Machine Circuit” that calls for high reps and low weight – what a waste of time. And every fitness magazine says that you need fancy machines, cardio equipment, and an expensive gym membership to get an effective, fat burning workout. But that’s NOT true!

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(Make sure you go up to the TOP RIGHT corner of the blog and enter your name and email address so we can send you the FREE workout program and videos.)

You’ll be shocked by the dramatic increases in energy you experience when you’re on this program, too. We can’t wait to hear about your success story with these Kettlebell Revolution Fat Loss Workouts.

You could be just like my favorite client, Judi, who was plagued with shoulder and lower back issues until she started working with my Kettlebell Revolution System and became injury free while burning body fat in just 4 short weeks!

Stay tuned for more incredible Kettlebell fat loss updates and videos next week!

Not only do we have some powerful videos to share with you (including one where I take you to one of my kettlebell training sessions where you’ll meet one of my many successful clients and how she trains using the TT Kettlebell Workouts).

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Looking forward to helping you start the Kettlebell Revolution,

KBW_BioPicBWChris Lopez, CTT
Author, TT Kettlebell Revolution Workouts

PS – Let me know what you think of the Kettlebell circuits in the free report and videos.

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  • Reply August 27, 2009


    Hi Chris,
    Thanks so much for the videos and print out!
    I am a 52 yr. old woman who has done the “Kettlenetics” video with Michelle Khai with a very, very light kettlebell. I love that workout but was looking for something that wasn’t so long, time wise. I was wondering what size bell I should get? Can you please advise.
    Thanks again for the gifts!

  • Reply August 27, 2009


    I tried to sign up for the free workout video and other things and it said, “sorry you are looking for something that isn’t here.”

    • Reply August 27, 2009

      Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

      Hi Chuck, you should still have received a confirmation email. Check your inbox and that should take you to the download page. Thanks!

  • Reply August 27, 2009


    Chris, I see that you say you are a Certified Turbulence Trainer. Is this something that Craig offers?

  • Reply August 27, 2009

    Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT


    Hi Bonnie, I usually suggest that women start with an 8kg KB if they have never lifted before. Since you are familiar with some of the exercises already (I’m guessing as I’ve never seen the “Kettlenetics” videos), I would think that you could start trying a more challenging weight (a 12kg or if available, a 10kg).

    I think listening to your body is really important when it comes to KB training so try it out and if you’re not fully comfortable with a heavier weight, work your way up to it.


  • Reply August 27, 2009

    Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

    @Jennifer – Yes, it’s something that Craig is working on and should be available in the near future.

  • Reply August 28, 2009

    Benn Garnish

    Hey there Chris.

    Just been looking at your site and video’s for the Kettlebell revolution. Im just about to order my first kettlebell but unsure on the weight.

    I was thinking the 24kg but not sure if its too light or too heavy.

    Im about 14 stone. And i run 3 times a week averaging around 6 miles each time, and want to introduce Kettlebells into my fitness regime.

    When i was going to the gym i was using free weights and the TT Workouts. But recently my work has taken most of my time and have to train in the mornings, when i get up. And if not in my living room. Using the kettlebell will help me a lot in getting some resistance training back into my workouts.

    Any advice would be great.

    Hope the Kettlebell revolution works out well for you.


    • Reply August 28, 2009

      Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

      Hi Benn

      I think considering that you haven’t been lifting weights in the past little while, I would start out a little lighter until you’re able to master some of the more dynamic KB exercises.

      That said, I think a 16kg or 20kg kettlebell would be a good starting point for you.

      And you are right, kettlebells are a great way to (re)introduce resistance training back into your training routine. That’s why the TTKB Revolution was created…for guys and gals like you and me who don’t have a lot of time to get to the gym!

      Thanks again!


  • Reply August 28, 2009


    Hey Chris,

    I got your free ebook but was unable to download your two training videos. Could you check into that for us. I look forward to following your blog.

    • Reply August 28, 2009

      Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

      Thanks Jerry.

      I’m sending an email now to my webmaster to see what’s going on. As soon as we get it resolved, I’ll send you the download link.



      • Reply September 2, 2009


        Yes, I am having trouble too.

        Not sure if the size of the ipod version file is too big for my stone-age internet connection, but the windows version doesn’t play properly either.

  • Reply August 28, 2009


    well donw with this whole idea and video…you have a great personality that is so needed for this industry vs. just showing what to do… you add charisma! Bamm…
    good stuff:)

  • Reply August 28, 2009


    thanks but the videos donot play

  • Reply August 28, 2009


    Hi Chris – technical comment. Your files are very large in size. Will be frustrating for people with slow internet connections to download plus cost you a lot more in bandwidth from your website. Can I suggest you compress size of your pictures in the PDF doco and the videos. Find a friendly geek to help out if you don’t know how to do it. Cheers.

  • Reply August 28, 2009


    That was great guys! I love when Lopez yells, “Ballantye!”

  • Reply August 29, 2009


    Nice work with Craig…I have been a follower of CB for a long time. Just one comment about the bottom pic…it demonstrates a common error in kettlebell training — wrist extension. This image is problematic as the wrist being in extension under load has real potential for injury. Just a word of caution since most of our clients will immitate our movements or positions.

    • Reply August 29, 2009

      Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

      Hi Steve

      Thanks for the technical critique. I changed the pic and hopefully this conveys a better message.


  • Reply August 29, 2009

    Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

    Thanks, Donna. I’ll get my web guy to see what he can do about that.

  • Reply August 30, 2009


    My daughter is a fitness trainer and her husband a boxing trainer. They manage a gym and daughter ordered kettlebells to try out and is HOOKED on them. She says she has a few bruises to remind her of mistakes when starting out. She is now ordering heavier kettlebells and the boxers she helps to train are so grateful.

  • Reply August 30, 2009

    zach even - esh

    DUDE! Ballantyne has NO clue Mr. Lopez.

    You shoulda cracked the whip on that PUNK and made him do extra credit PLUS Bonus work by carrying that Kettlebell home!

    Sir, YES, SIR!!


  • Reply August 31, 2009

    Yuri Elkaim

    Love the vid Chris.

    Good on you for bringing KBs to the masses.

    Keep up the great work.


  • Chris,
    Hilarious video and a plot to boot. Kudos to Craig for showing his lighter side!


  • Reply September 1, 2009

    Benn Garnish

    Hey Chris.

    Are all Kettlebells the same? Or is there a particular company you recommend buying from?

    I live in London so something close to home would be good.

    I have looked on Amazon and the prices vary. Some advice would be much appreciated.



    • Reply September 1, 2009

      Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

      Hi Benn

      I get my KBs from the local CrossFit gym in the area. I know that Dragon Door has them (that’s where I got my first KB from over 10 years ago). My advice would be to check with some gyms in the area to see if they order them on a regular basis or some other local sporting goods store to see if they have them.

      The good thing is that KBs are becoming more mainstream, so they’re becoming readily available.

      The only issue with ordering them through mail is that they are fairly heavy and shipping will cost a lot.

  • Reply September 1, 2009

    Larry Robinson

    Hey Chris,

    I’m having problems with the free videos. I can hear the audio but there’s not any video. I thought maybe something was wrong with the windows media player but other things that I have saved on my computer work fine. Not for sure what’s up. Thanks.


    • Reply September 1, 2009

      Chris Lopez, CSCS, CTT

      thanks, Larry. I’m looking into it now. I’ll let you know what comes up. In the meantime, can you try uploading the vids again?


  • Reply September 2, 2009

    Morgan Firecloud

    I plan on trying the free workouts this week. Kettlebells, clubbells and body weight are the mainstay of getting my health back. You have given me yet another tool. Thank You

  • Reply September 4, 2009

    ken day

    Oh yes, I was always a very active man in my youth and never had to work out. Now in my 60’s and slowing down, the metabolism has slowed and the fat growth has increased. I still haven’t found time or motivation to go to a gym and repeat exercises that just make me sore and don’t do much else. now I have a kettle bell, and I started light until I get the rhythm, damn, this hurts and makes muscle an the fat is appearing to go elsewhere. I can do it during lunch at the office so the eat ime decreases too. If I don’t lose my grip and put the bell through my office window, I will be fine! I might find that body I once had hiding under the sumo suit yet!

  • Reply July 10, 2010


    ha, I love the video. Thanks for introducing me to kettlebells, Chris!

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