My wife, who is an awesome FBS (Facebook Surfer), showed me this video last night and I just HAD to share
it with you.

I was blown away – ESPECIALLY by the ending – so make sure you watch the whole thing.

Seriously – you’re jaw will drop open just like mine did.

Here it is –

It’s amazing, this guy had every reason to just give up, but he didn’t.

He CHOSE to change. He found something that inspired him to do something different and get the results he got – which are nothing short of truly amazing.

Imagine what you could do if you found a really compelling reason to do things differently – to move from where you are to where you really want to be.

I’m betting that you could do something similar to this guy if all you did was really focus for a short period of time.

In fact, I bet if you really put your mind to it you could make a heckuva transformation in your appearance in as little as 30 days.

Speaking of transformations, I’m about to (finally) release “Kettlebell Burn EXTREME!”. In it, I’ll give you the EXACT plan that has allowed some people to lose 10 pounds in the first 2 weeks, over 17 pounds in 28 days, and one guy even got back down to his high school waist at age 46.

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13 comments… add one
  • Dom Uguccioni May 3, 2012 @ 11:47

    Awesome, thanks for sharing Geoff!!

  • Pamela May 3, 2012 @ 11:53

    WOW! Totally amazing! Why I keep pushing everyday and finding, discovering, tweaking what works for me.

    Thanks so much for sharing.

  • Jim May 3, 2012 @ 12:01

    wow…I dont really know what to say. This really did make my day, very inspirational . Shared it on my FB page because I see many people who just give up, I am guilty at times as well. But seeing Arthur’s video really puts things in perspective. Thank you for finding this Geoff.

  • Juan May 3, 2012 @ 14:40

    Thanks for posting this. I’ll just agree with everything anyone said above, or will say below. Awesome!

    Keep up your own inspiring work, Geoff; it is much and widely appreciated.
    All best,

  • Tracey May 3, 2012 @ 14:59

    Absolutely amazing!! Thanks for sharing! I needed to see that!

  • Joseph Irons May 3, 2012 @ 15:57

    Thank you for sharing….love seeing people doing the impossible! So blessed…I defiantly sent this out!

  • Cindy May 3, 2012 @ 17:12

    I feel like him as I struggle to do yoga with Multiple sclerosis. Each day I keep on fighting, hoping to make improvements. He is an inspiration.

  • Nathanael Schulte May 3, 2012 @ 17:29

    Good stuff. Made me cry a little.

  • Greg May 3, 2012 @ 20:57

    Great stuff Geoff. You sure correct as if YOU WANT IT you can do it. I got my Kettlebell Express but unfortunately got injured in another activity. Improving daily but started eating differently and lost 19 lbs in 30 days while injured / couldn’t exercise ! Great video !!

  • joe May 3, 2012 @ 21:32

    absolutely brilliant blew me away……………….
    well done Aurthur your living proof of the power of determination and hard work can overcome any obstackle 🙂

  • Trina May 4, 2012 @ 23:56

    Captain Complex, thanks so very much for sharing. That truly is amazing. Tracy Reifkind also posted it on her blog, very cool. I decided to give myself a superhero name after your last email to us. I decided on Lady Stryker, because of the Stryker Valor metal plate in my right wrist. I think it gives me a mental edge in turning my weakness into a strength. I view it now as a challenge instead of an obstacle. My husband calls me Wolverine, but I prefer a feminine name, funny isn’t Lady Stryker (Lady Deathstrike) Wolverine’s foe? Guess that makes me the villian…(cue evil laugh) 🙂

  • Michael Suggs May 5, 2012 @ 11:39

    WOW. awesome video.

    Biggest take away from it. “just because I can’t do it today, doesn’t mean I won’t be able to someday.”

    What an awesome story. Always found DDP entertaining on the TV. Looks like he’s a heck of a guy and teacher.

  • Cliff May 20, 2012 @ 16:46

    I fractured T-9 in a bicycle crash in 2008- Arthur’s DDP-yoga transformation videos were instrumental in helping me stay on track with my spinal rehab program. And, it’s a small small world- I served with Arthur in the US Army around 1980 or 81. I did not recognize him in the yoga vidz until I saw another DDP-related video that had some pics of him in his younger Army years. The young Arthur was a major geek back when I met him, but he is obviously a way cool dude now! Congrats Art.

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