Feb 26, 2020
Pat and Dan discuss the value of training with complexes, and controversially, why neither recommend "heavy" Turkish get ups. Also, some thoughts on the importance of managing options.
Recently, I wrote a short (read: 30 pages) eBook called Introduction to Kettlebells, which is now available on Amazon for a whopping — brace yourself! — $1.
You can snag it here ==> https://amzn.to/2HgwJgO
Short story: Introduction to Kettlebells is a quick and dirty reference guide to the core single kettlebell techniques — exercises like the swing, snatch, clean, get up, squat, etc — and a simple, 7-day training cycle for getting strong and tough.
Inside the eBook are instructional pointers, pictures of each technique, and links to video tutorials. Finally, a simple and straightforward collection of workouts for improving general physical preparedness with just one kettlebell.
While this eBook is aimed at beginners, I think even veterans will get something out of it, since it’s always good to brush up on technique and return to basics.
Step 1) Click here ==> https://amzn.to/2ZfacXU to snag the book on Amazon for just $1.
Step 2) Read the book (shouldn’t take long, it’s only 30 pages), then — so long as you feel it’s worthy — please leave a 5-star review on Amazon to help spread the word. (Positive reviews really help introduce new people to the book, which is the whole reason I wrote this.)
Step 3) Email a screenshot of that review to PatFlynn(at)ChroniclesOfStrength(dot)com with the subject line “review”, and we’ll send you a bonus collection kettlebell complexes to supplement the eBook, absolutely free.
Note: this bonus collection of workouts features some of my all time personal favorite complexes for burning maximum calories in minimum time. You’ll love to hate them. Promise.
Reading your reviews and hearing your feedback is what keeps me fired up to make The Pat Flynn Show happen. Thank you!