Win Yourself A Copy Of “Kettlebell STRONG!”

Kettlebell STRONG! is THE definitive guide to safely and effectively learning the 9 essential double kettlebell lifts.

– Double Swing
– Double Snatch
– Double Press
– Double Clean
– Double Front Squat
– Double Push Press
– Double High Pull
– Double Jerk
– Double Clean & Jerk

And I’m giving away THREE copies of Kettlebell STRONG! to whoever provides the coolest answer to the following question in the comment section below:

“Tell me what your specific goals are and why you think Kettlebell STRONG! will help you achieve them.”

131 comments… add one
  • stephen Dec 14, 2012 @ 16:11

    Geoff, my goal is to get good and strong enough to become an RKC so that I can bring kettlebells to the non-profit gym that I’m the president of (Germantown Occupational Health Organization).

  • Mike Grannen Dec 14, 2012 @ 16:44

    Howdy,

    Goals: 1.Lose 25lbs by June. 2. Become stronger and more resilient ( my job at a VA hospital requires transfering patients from wheelchairs and beds, sometimes without assistance. Ultimately get doubles with 2 32kg’s by September) 3. Relieve stress.

    2 Chronicles 15:7

    Thanks

  • Joy Dec 14, 2012 @ 17:35

    As a mother of two (4 years and 5 months), I need to be “strong as an ox”.
    Training with kettlebells keeps me sane and strong in body,mind, and spirit. I need to be able to train in the minimal amount of time with the maximum amount of results especially since fatigue is a huge factor. I believe, Geoff that your “Kettlebell Strong” will help me accomplish this.
    My physical goals for 2013:
    Clean, squat, press 2 24kg kettlebells ( I do 2 16kg now)
    TGU with 24kg (currently at 20kg) and
    lose the last 5-10lbs from pregnancy (be at 16-18% bodyfat)

  • Chris Dec 14, 2012 @ 17:46

    Hi Geoff,
    My specific goals are to increase my strength and mobility for Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. I purchased and sucessfully used your Kettlebell Burn system to assist with losing 80lbs in 6 months to compete at the Rio International Masters and Seniors tournament in 2010. I continued using it to keep my weight constant while increasing my strength and returned to the same tournament in 2011 to win my weight class and come in third in the absolute.

    I am a Primal Move Fundamentals instructor/HKC and training for my SFG I in March. I have used your system in the past with great results and I know that using this system will take me to another level in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and instructing.

    Thanks,
    -Chris

  • Danielle Dec 14, 2012 @ 18:04

    I have a bone deformity called Madelungs, I have it in both of my hands. In April I had surgery to “fix” it. My doctor cut both of my forearm bones in half and placed them in a more proper position and plated the together. A month ago I found out my problems are more and might need surgery again. At this appointment I asked about kettlebells and she pretty much laughed in my face and said that will never happen. I love my KBs and was crushed when she said this, I want to prove that I have STRENGTH; the ability to overcome

  • steve Dec 14, 2012 @ 19:48

    I am a 9th quarter chiropractic student, working on a second career. At 47 years of age, I have a long history of injuries related to a past life of football and weight lifting. There is not a weight bearing joint in my body that I have not done some sort of rehab on. On top of that, I am doing my best to keep up with my fellow students who are young enough to be my children (a fact they remind my of often). I need strength in my life to be able to apply all this knowledge to my future patient for many years to come. Thanks for all the info that you do provide. This is a great site.

  • Elio Dec 15, 2012 @ 6:34

    Hi, I’m Elio rkc from Italy and an entusiast follower of Geoff’s programs, I was frustrated in 2011 because of a lower back injure, with vertebrae protrusions..:( Many people told me I should put my bells down and forgive it but I don’t, I learned that was because I used to much weight, i used it to soon, with probably less then perfect tecnique and probably because my body had lost his reflexive core strenght but….the main reason was that i wasn’t strong enought!!! I’ve done terapy, I’m still doing yoga and it’s powerfull! I bought kett express and i recertified my rkc in june 2012! Now i’m following the amazing inner circle program and this is a truly reconstruction of my body’s strnenght! In the past i worked with two 24’s and when the inner’s will be at the and I would like to come back again and use the two but in the safest and strongest way! My goal? Be as strong as my body could honestly and genetically be! Fo the future working safely and easily with two 24’s and progress it safely with two 32’s!

  • Stephen Dec 15, 2012 @ 8:31

    Hi Geoff,
    I’m 62 years old and want my fitness to keep evolving. Over the past year I’ve been doing gymnastic type training on Rings and P-Bars and want to incorporate KB training to build my overall strength and fitness. In the past, I’ve used other programs designed by you and appreciate your perspective and teaching style.
    My goals are to be strong and fit… to be an example for others that getting older doesn’t mean being weak and feeble… to be strong for my family and be a productive citizen in our community… to live life vibrantly and help others bring out the best within them.
    Thanks for all your great posts and the information you provide.
    Enjoy!

  • John K Dec 15, 2012 @ 9:50

    After my son was born I lost sight of the need to take of myself. I put on weight and was in the worst shape of my life. I looked in the mirror and realized I needed to do something differently. I was 41 years old and the proud father of a beautiful baby boy. I needed to be healthy to keep up with him, to teach him, to be here for him. I made a decision. That was 10 months ago. With the help of Geoff’s programs I have lost at least 40 pounds of poisonous body fat. I also have figured out that getting into shape and getting healthy simply boils down to making a decision. Decide to make a change. Along the way, and every day, it comes down to decisions. Decide to put something healthier in your mouth. Decide to drink more water. Decide to work out. Decide to be healthier – not only for you but for those you love.

  • Tina Dec 15, 2012 @ 11:00

    I used to be kettlebell strong…now I am just weak. I am a 52 year old female HKC that was on her way to becoming an RKC last year in St. Paul. Breast cancer followed by bi-lateral masectomy with total DIEP flap reconstruction surgery 8 weeks ago has left me so weak and unconditioned I could not press 10 lbs over my head the other day. I would love to be able to gain my strength back quickly as well as my mobility, and I believe Kettlebell Strong would help me accomplish that. Thanks for the consideration. Keep Swinging ~ Tina

  • Armando Dec 15, 2012 @ 11:18

    I am going to purchase Kettlebell Strong! I have several of Geoff’s books and have been following his programs for almost two years. My goal is to get into the best shape of my life and inspire others to do the same! I am 56 and well on my way to achieving my goal! Do yourself a favor and buy Kettlebell Strong when it is available.

  • Beverly Dec 15, 2012 @ 12:09

    Strength is the basis of so many things. I used to be fairly strong, but I want to improve. At 57 I want to be at the best shape of my life; there’s an obstacle run in my future. This book will help me achieve that.

  • Joe Dec 15, 2012 @ 18:33

    As the father of two young girls, but being over 40, I felt that I wasn’t taking enough care of myself and was resting on my athletic achievements and physique from the past. Being a physical therapist, I felt I should know how best to get in shape safely, but I was completely wrong. Until I got a kettlebell in my hand, I had no idea how much I was missing in my ability to get myself, or anyone else, to better health. I want to take my ability to help others to the next level and be able to train higher level athletes and individuals as well as keep this “old man” strong to fend off future suitors. All the best Geoff!

  • Taylor Dec 15, 2012 @ 21:41

    Geoff,
    Seriously, you need to put a warning label on your programs. After following Kettlebell Burn, and Kettlebell Express Ultra my wife has accused me of using anabolics. I was brushing my teeth and noticed a strange growth on my midsection. After a little research I discovered that what I mistook as a growth was actually abdominal muscles colloquially known as “abs.” If someone follows your programs amazing things happen.

    If you say Kettlebell STRONG! is your best work yet then I would be a buyer at twice the selling price.

    Can’t wait for the release date.

  • Pete Yevchak Dec 16, 2012 @ 0:29

    My specific goal – at age 61 – is to make absolutely sure I can continue to do my (very physical) job from now until I retire – and to maintain and even improve upon that level of fitness AFTER I retire (when I have more time to devote to it, IOW). It’s an absolute MUST that I stay strong and healthy for my wifes’ sake (she’s disabled). Just with the relatively few double-kettlebell exercises I do now I’ve noticed the difference just in over-all strength AND stamina gain. It’s why I’m sure that “Kettlebell STRONG” is going to be the main weapon in my arsenal against encroaching age. Thanks, Geoff!

  • TC Dec 16, 2012 @ 10:11

    Don’t think I’ll win a Free copy but looking forward to the release of your Kettlebell Strong. I’m certified Strong First/RKC Kettlebell instructor and have heard a lot of good things about your training material. I like to be very strong and sounds like your Kettlebell Strong is gonna get me there. Hope it will be shipped to Australia.

  • Andie Dec 16, 2012 @ 15:20

    I’ve done Kettlebell Burn, Burn Extreme and Kettlebell Express and loved all of them! I’ve reach a plateau point with my strength work. I think have a mental block going beyond my PRs (press 20, double snatch 16’s, C+J 24’s) because I don’t feel safe “going for more”. I want to get my SFG II cert and I need to kick up my training and refine my technique to do so safely. I think I could learn so much from Kettlebell Strong. Would love to win it, but I’ll buy it anyway if I don’t :-).

  • Tony Dec 16, 2012 @ 18:05

    My goal is safely train to be strong (pretty simple I know)
    If KS is as good as KM then achieving my goal will continue with ease.
    Thanks for all of your support.

  • Cathy Dec 16, 2012 @ 18:16

    Hi Geoff,
    I am a 56 year old woman in relatively good shape, with a 3 year old grandson who seems to be running all the time! I want to be in the best condition possible, not just for him, but for myself; I also need to get rid of excess belly fat. I have ordered, and (sometimes) used several of your programs, including KB Express, KB Express Ultra and your Summit of Strength program. I like the idea of short but quality-filled training sessions, and your programs fit that bill. However, I find that I have trouble doing some of the exercises simply because I don’t think that I’m doing them properly. Having the DVDs and the manual will help me learn the correct way to do these exercises, which will really benefit me and my health. I’ll also be able to show my grandson, who loves my kettlebells (he can actually pick up a 15 lb. bell!), not just how to use them, but to also see that it’s totally possible to be strong and fit even when you become older!
    Thanks for considering me when you choose your winners! You do awesome work!

  • Ian Dec 16, 2012 @ 20:51

    My goal WAS to write a book called, “How to Achieve the Strength of an Oxen by Making Exercises that utilize two Kettlebells at Once Your Bondservants.”

    Well…

    My NEW goal is to write an article for my blog called, “I think Geoff Neupert is a really cool guy for sending me a copy of his awesome new book!”

  • Vix Dec 17, 2012 @ 0:07

    goal:
    i want to be strong in my martial art.

    why kettlebell STRONG?
    it’s kettlebell, double and programmed me to be strong.

  • Selina Dec 17, 2012 @ 3:09

    Geoff
    I need Kettlebell Strong to help me get through life! I want to be able to work confidentially with 16’s – preferably two of them.

    At 42 we decided to have another baby and come 8pm I am shattered. I am also retraining as a child fitness instructor and really believe that with your expertise and my determination I can, even at 42, be fitter and stronger than I’ve ever been.

    I need to be able to achieve maximum results in minimum time and know kettlebells are the only way I can do this.

    Thank you for your emails too!

    Selina
    Lancashire, England

  • Laimonas Dec 17, 2012 @ 3:47

    My passion with KB’s started for 8 yrs ago and since I keep it rolling. For me it’s most effitient & time saving metode to be on the ‘level’ where I need to use my body (work as a surgeon, martial arts, etc). Especially when I got my copy of your book *KB muscle* my training rutines became more powerfull! I like to read and use a book not filled up with crap and empty phrases. My son is a big fan of yours so we both are looking forward to read “Kettlebell STRONG!” and get stronger!

  • Andy Walsh Dec 17, 2012 @ 5:24

    Following a period of much stress and uncertainty in my life (which included a redundancy, a divorce and starting my own business) the once active, fit and toned body (10% body fat) had been replaced by one that was overweight, out of shape and inactive. Typical of that of guy who had “let it slide” (literally) and was fast approaching 50.
    I had always promised myself that I would not be FAT at 50 but FIT at 50 and when my partner pointed out that I only had 10 weeks before I reached that milestone birthday and that i had not done a thing about getting back in shape that was the kick I needed.
    With a BF of just over 32% I set myself a goal of 50 work outs before my 50th.
    5 a week for 10 weeks. 30 minutes max per work out.
    I completed the 50th workout the day before my birthday. 10kg (22lbs) lighter, BF at 21.5% and 3 inches off my waist.
    My immediate (and achievable) goal is t0 hit 18% without loosing hard gained muscle tone.
    I feel great and now want to build my strength and further improve my overall fitness.
    If I win the prize I will keep you posted on my continued progress.

  • Jason Dec 17, 2012 @ 9:49

    Hey Geoff,

    My strength goal is to complete the SFG level 1 certification in April. As you already know, this includes the snatch test, double bell swings, double bell clean and press, and double bell front squat. There are other requirements for the program, but the items listed above are what I will be working on the most.

    I am currently 5’6″ 140 lbs so that barely puts be into the sub category of using double 24kg bell(s) for my test. Although double 24kg bells is 75% of my body weight I refuse to take the high school wrestling approach and work to drop body weight so that I can fall into the lighter sub category and use double 20kg bells for my test. If 24kg bells is where I am then that is what I am going to work for.

    I can only imagine that following a program like Kettlebell STRONG will help me to achieve this goal.

  • Curt Dec 19, 2012 @ 13:46

    Kettlebells are my tool of choice to get strong. I want to show the meatheads at work (I’m a firefighter) that doing a bodybuilding, muscle isolation workout isn’t the way to get strong. That there is another way! The Kettlebell STRONG way!

  • Evan Smith Apr 12, 2013 @ 16:08

    I am a Rehab Massage Therapist and Watsu practitioner in Bend, and I have been a big fan since 2003 of “Stretching is Bad.”

    Was researching it today after discussing the concept with a client and came across your blog, and I am very interested in reading your books.

    I love the way Kettleballs feel, but haven’t done much with them because I mainly am a Masters Swim team and hiking kind of guy and I am lucky to have a 500 foot tall cinder cone state park in my neighborhood for running up. I know weight training helps everything, so trying to do more.

  • John Sep 26, 2014 @ 4:50

    I’ve been practicing kettlebells for about 5 years, at the beginning practicing with kettlebells was my happy hour, was performing the exercises with only one thing in mind: Proper technique
    It was like meditation, psychoanalysis to me.. the feeling of relaxation I felt was unique.
    I also saw a lot of great changes in my body (I was reshaped!! felt so strong so fast and so lean!!!) and in my sport (semi pro volleyball and beach volleyball player) imagine that I’m 34 and i still maintain a vertical leap of about 105cm which is really important for me because I’m relatively short guy (180cm). My problem is that till now I was making my own workout and I can say I’m satisfied with the results, BUT I feel I’m stuck I need something to help me keep going.. I need inspiration and a good workout to go with…
    Well I can say I find inspiration and motivation in most of your articles but i think that if it was combined with your kettlebell STRONG it would be a blast!!
    I think that the combination of those two will be crucial for the transformation I wanna see in my body and performance for the second time!!!

  • Toby Dec 29, 2015 @ 11:36

    As a former international powerlifter, beaten up after nearly 30’years of training and a new father I no longer have the time or inclination to spend huge amounts of time in the gym. Now bought myself a set of kettle bells and looking to get some youth and mobility back to enjoy life with my new family. I would be looking at KB Strong to prove a springboard into learning this new training stimulus.

  • Anders Iversen Feb 13, 2016 @ 9:46

    I want to be leaner and stronger and I want to get better at submission wrestling. I am already quite strong and this is a huge advantage when doing submission wrestling but I think being even stronger would be an even bigger advantage for me.

    Right now I am able to do double kettlebell militare press lift with 24 kilos around 12 times. My goal is to be able to do the same with the 40 kilo kettlebells.

    In general I am also attracted to strength because in my past I was quite weak and when going on primary school and high school I was bullied and dominated severly by the other boys, and I felt then that if only I would have been stronger then I would have been able to stand up for myself, and demand respect from my environment.

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