How Daniel 10X’d his Double Kettlebell Military Press and you can too. (Maybe)

How Daniel 10X’d his Double Kettlebell Military Press and you can too. (Maybe)

Imagine with me for a minute what would happen if you chose not to brush your teeth for the next 3 months.

How much plaque, tartar, and disgustingness would be on them – in your mouth?

A ton, right?

How bad would your breath stink?

Probably like a garbage dump, right?

This simple exercise is a negative lesson in the power of consistency.

And at its heart, it’s borderline ridiculous.

I mean, c’mon, who can’t spare two to three minutes, twice a day, to keep their teeth from rotting and falling out of their heads? 

No one in the free Western world, that’s for sure.

And yet, many of us fail to see the correlation with our workouts.

If we applied the same consistency, with minimal effort, what kind of results would we achieve in 3 months? 6 months? A year from now?

After all, a year is going to pass anyway (unless you’re planning on being dead). We may as well make the most of it.

Which is why I want to show you how Daniel 10X’d his double KB Military Press in the last year.

“A year? That’s a long time!” you may be thinking…

But stop and ask yourself if you’ve seen that kind of progress in the last 365 days…

So here’s an email I got yesterday from Daniel (last name redacted for privacy):

Let’s go over his results.

First off, he dumped at least 7 pounds of body fat, which he didn’t think he needed to lose because he was “light” to start with.

But as you can see, he said:

“I was wrong, look much better now.”

And then my favorite parts:

Single arm C+P

24kg Rep Max: Before – 7; After – 16. That’s a 128.5% increase!

28kg Rep Max: Before – 2; After – 11. That’s 550% increase!

Double C+P

24kg Rep Max: Before – 4; After – 14. That’s a 350% increase!

28kg Rep Max: Before – 1; After – 10. That’s 900% increase! Or 10X!

How did Daniel achieve these spectacular results?

Simple.

He embraced the “power of consistency” and committed to training 5 days a week, for 20 minutes a day – or 100 minutes a week. 

He followed the 5 minute warm up, then followed the 15-minute plan.

That’s “it.”

Here’s the plan he used.

https://salutis.kartra.com/page/Iyq450

If you want to look better, and be significantly, measurably stronger and better conditioned, do what Daniel did and follow this plan.

Stay Strong,

Geoff

P.S. Will you 10X your Double Military Press RM?

Maybe. Maybe not.

That all depends on YOU.

Where you currently are, and how well you can follow The Plan, or whether you choose to make stuff up and “experiment.”

At the end of the day, you could do less, the same, or maybe even more. 

It’s really up to you and your ability to harness the Power of Consistency.

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