Without a doubt, the fastest, easiest way to reverse the havoc your stress hormones are wreaking on your life is by performing “Anabolically Amplified Workouts” with your kettlebells.
“Anabolically Amplified” Kettlebell Workouts do three things to decrease your stress levels…
1. Drive up your body’s natural level of testosterone.
This counteracts the negative impact of cortisol, helping you get stronger, put on more muscle, and decrease your belly fat.
2. Drive up your body’s natural level of growth hormone.
This counteracts the negative impact of too much insulin, which occurs when you’re chronically stressed out and helps you look younger, burn fat, and decrease the size of your love handles.
3. Provide immediate psychological stress relief through challenging workouts.
These workouts must be challenging enough to relieve immediate stress but not so challenging that you can’t recover from them. When and only when you get this right will you start to make constant progress without worrying about whether or not you’re going to see results.
Anabolically Amplified Kettlebell Workouts Are The Closest Thing To A ‘Silver Bullet’ To Relieve Stress, JumpStart Progress, And Finally Start Seeing Results Again
What makes these workouts so different from all the others?
These workouts are short between 10 and 30 minutes each, depending on your schedule and the program you choose.
Why Are These Workouts So Short? 3 Main Reasons…
1. Because as the duration of your workout increases, here’s what happens…
- Your ability to focus decreases as the worries of outside stress creep in… distracting you from your main purpose stress relief and training to achieve your main goal
- Your ability to produce force decreases due to increased fatigue… making a less than optimal workout and tapping into already tapped out recovery reserves
- As your fatigue increases, your technique decreases… making each rep sloppier and sloppier increasing your potential to get injured
- And your cortisol levels once again increase… decreasing your testosterone and increasing your fat storage in your stomach and lovehandles… (Remember, we want to manage and decrease our cortisol levels)
2. Because by decreasing the length of our workouts we…
- Increase the likelihood we can actually fit them into our already stressfilled, over scheduled lives and actually get them done
- Increase our ability to stay focused long enough to routinely and consistently complete each workout
- Decrease the guilt we experience when we work out and take time away from our families
- Increase our ability to recover between workouts and start making progress again by balancing out our stress hormones with our anabolic hormones
- Provide ourselves more frequent emotional outlets for our stress, and therefore increase our greater sense of overall wellbeing
- Decrease the stress we feel about not getting results because now are workouts are so short, we can routinely fit them into our schedules and now start to see and feel those results we’ve been chasing for so long
- Relieve the stress of having to rationalize to ourselves and justify to our spouses, and our kids why we need to spend time away from them doing workouts that provide no apparent result instead of spending time with them
3. Because the science proves it.
- Remember the study we looked at earlier you can do less work and achieve the same outcome
- And from my 2 decades of experience “experimenting” these protocols with both myself and my thousands of clients around the world, you can do less work and achieve better results
Imagine for a minute how good life will be when you can not only finally fit in your workouts without feeling guilty like you’re cheating your family out of that time…
…But you can also start seeing your strength increase and feeling your pants start to sag around your waist.
So Are You Ready To Get Started?
Based on the information that you’ve read in the past few pages, I’ve given you enough knowledge to design your own workouts. Simply bookmark these past pages as reference and get started.
This of course sounds like a good idea…
Until you realize that you know very little, if anything, about the exact mechanisms of anabolic hormone stimulation through exercise – the sets, reps, rest periods, and exercise selection nor do you have the time to do the research to find these answers.
Not to mention the fact that just thinking about adding one more thing to do to your already mile-long list increases your stress levels and gets your stomach tightening and your hand reaching for the heartburn relief medication…
If the thought of trying to design your own program based on these principles is not an option for you because you don’t have the time, the knowledge or the energy to add one more thing to your list, then I’ve got exactly what you need on the next page.
Points to Remember…
- Training longer than 45-minutes can sabotage your progress by disrupting your body’s ability to recover by increasing your stress hormones
- RESEARCH PROVES that actually doing less can get you the same or better results that doing 3x more.
- It’s not about how much work you can do… it’s about how much work you can RECOVER from.