For Men & Women Who Want Faster, More Noticeable Results From Their Kettlebell Training...

How To Increase Your Strength By Almost 25% And Lose Up To 4.5 Pounds (2 Kilos) In Only 3 Weeks Using ONE Exercise Just 90 Minutes A Week... Without Dieting.

And yes, I know that sounds "too good to be true" which is why I want to show you proof.


But first...

I'm not sure you remember when kettlebells first hit the market back around 2000/2001...


One of their selling points was that you would -


"Watch in amazement as high-rep kettlebells let you hack the fat off your meat -- without the dishonor of aerobics and dieting..."


And that promise was through using high-rep Snatches and Clean & Jerks.


So what happened?


Why is it that so many people have failed to see the results they're looking for?


Four Words:

Swings And Get Ups

As someone who's been hoisting kettlebells since January of 2002 both with myself and with my clients, these 2 exercises are a double-edged sword.


Unlike the Russians, who apparently had lots of Physical Education interspersed throughout their school days, their American counterparts became stiff as boards and lost the use of their hips and shoulders.


And thus, the Swing and the Get Up became the substitute for the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk.


So the Swing and the Get Up, along with a whole host of weird mobility drills became the foundation for the modern kettlebell movement to the point where these two exercises have achieved [in my mind] an unwarranted near cult-like status.

10,000 Hours & School Lunch
'Mystery Meat'

Malcolm Gladwell, in his book, Outliers, wrote about the "10,000 Hour Rule," which is the necessity of practicing something for at least 10,000 hours to become proficient at it. 


In the science of Motor Learning, it is also estimated that it takes approximately 10,000 reps of practicing a certain movement for it to become "autonomous" - 


Near effortless and thoughtless.


While I agree we should all probably perform 10,000 Swings...


I also firmly believe that once we do, we should move on to more challenging and more powerful exercises if we can...


Exercises like the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk (and it's variations - the Clean & Press and the Clean & Push Press).






Exercises like the Snatch and better yet, the Clean & Press/Push Press/Jerk produce a greater demand on the body for change, so they produce better all-round results.


In my experience, Swings are like school lunch "Mystery Meat" - 


You know, the "meat loaf" served at school lunches that tasted like meat but you were never too sure...


Sure, it tasted fine, and filled you up, especially when paired with mashed potatoes and a couple of cartons of milk...


You could count on it, but if you had options, it wouldn't be your first choice...


Ok, perhaps I'm being a bit harsh.


How about this -


Swings and Get Ups are like a Wendy's Double Cheeseburger - 


It looks great on the menu, smells good on your tray or in the bag, but when you open up the wrapper, it doesn't look exactly the same...


And although it certainly is tasty, it doesn't really satisfy.


The [Double] Clean and Press on the other hand is like -

A Bone In Tomahawk Ribeye

If you've never had one of these beauties, it's hard to describe what you're missing. 


The meat, especially when cooked rare, is succulent and juicy, bubbling with flavor...


One of the most satisfying (and expensive!) steaks I've ever had.


The kettlebell Clean & Press - especially when using a PAIR of kettlebells is like that.


Especially when programmed correctly.


You feel your whole body practically swelling with strength -


Legs, hips, midsection, arms, shoulders, upper back, grip...


And when programmed correctly, even your heart and lungs.


And unsurprisingly, it even peels off body fat -


When programmed correctly.


After almost 19 years of kettlebell training, in my estimation it is the near-perfect exercise.

Here's Proof...

I've "known" John Grahill for almost a decade now.


He's been one of my customers for that long, having purchased several of my products and beta-tested others, including Kettlebell STRONG!, Kettlebell RMF, and Kettlebell EXPRESS! (twice). 


He agrees with me about the Clean & Press.


Here's a recent email exchange he and I had:

He was doing the "Double Giant" - which is the doubles version of a single kettlebell program called, "The Giant."


As you can see, in only 3 weeks, training 30 minutes a day, 3 days a week (90 minutes total), John -

  • Dropped 4.5 pounds...
  • Wearing a pair of 35 inch waist jeans that were "slightly uncomfortable" and are now "spot on" - demonstrating that some of the weight he lost was stomach fat - the most dangerous kind - the stuff that contributes to heart disease...
  • Did this without "significantly altering his diet"... 
  • His arms are "more vascular" - which means he's seeing more definition in them...
  • Improved his conditioning levels by adding almost 2 extra ladders...

Here's what else John said -

John emailed me after Day1, Week 4. He was able to improve his reps from 55 in one session to 72 in one session... in only 4 weeks.


That's a 24% increase in total work performed!


In other words, John saw a 24% increase in his strength levels in only 4 weeks!


Oh, and I failed to mention -


John is a "high mileage" individual who's in his mid-50's!


This is more like that original promise of kettlebell training, wouldn't you agree?


"Watch in amazement as high-rep kettlebells let you hack the fat off your meat -- without the dishonor of aerobics and dieting..."


Quite honestly though, John didn't use reps that were that high.


He used "moderate" reps and my specialized programming.


Now, for the first time ever, you too can get your hands on -


You may think THE GIANT is one program.


It's not.


It's actually FIVE different programs.


John used #4.

Here's what's inside:

  • THE GIANT 1.0 - A basic 10RM program for those with lower endurance...
  • THE GIANT 1.1 - An intermediate 10RM program for those with average endurance...
  • THE GIANT 1.2 - An intermediate 10RM program for those with better than average endurance...
  • THE GIANT 2.0 - An advanced 10RM program for those with average endurance and high levels of strength...
  • THE GIANT 3.0 - A 5RM program for those who want to make a heavy pair of kettlebells feel light...

And the best part is - 


You can run all these programs back-to-back for 20 weeks of high quality programming!

All You Need Is ONE Kettlebell

And it doesn't even have to be HEAVY.


All you have to do is be able to Clean & Press it 10 times.


And now, suddenly, you have 16 weeks of programming at your fingertips allowing you to transform your body with the kettlebell Clean & Press in only 90 minutes per week.


Better yet - 


Accelerate your results and grab A PAIR of kettlebells - they don't even have to match - you're simply limited by the "heavier" one.


How much does THE GIANT cost?

Less than 20 Bucks.


Only - 


That's right - 


Less than a dinner for two (with extra meat) at Chipotle and a lot easier on the ol' digestive system, if you know what I mean. 

30-Day "Extra Strength" Guarantee

I'm so sure that you'll get "Extra Strength" on your Clean & Presses AND actually SEE a visible difference in your body in the next 30 days, like John Grahill did, that if for some strange reason you don't, I'll happily refund you your purchase price. 


Simply send me an email showing me your training journal and we'll part friends. Deal?


Q: How long is each workout?


A: Each workout is 20 to 30 minutes long. You decide.


Q: How long is THE GIANT program?


A: There are FIVE programs and each is 4 weeks long - so 20 weeks - almost 5 months worth of programs.


Q: What size kettlebell do I need?


A: Something that you can Clean & Press for a max of about 10 times. Or a PAIR of kettlebells you can Clean & Press 10 times.


Q: What's better - using a single kettlebell for THE GIANT or a pair of kettlebells?


A: A Pair. They create greater systemic demand and therefore faster, more noticeable results (like John's).


Q: If I use a pair of kettlebells, do they have to be equal?


A: No, you can use mixed-matched kettlebells.


Q: Does this work for women as well as men?


A: Yes. The higher rep sets probably work better for women because women respond to strength training through a "growth hormone response" - which is based on higher training volumes and densities. So I fully expect a woman, based on my experience of training women for the last 25+ years, including my wife, to see results.


Q: Will THE GIANT work for people over 40?


A: Yes. John Grahill is over 50. It worked for him, it'll work for you. Incidentally, I'm in my late 40s, and these types of programs seem to work BETTER for me the older I get. They seem to work better for my recovery.


Q: How long do I have to try this out?


A: You can have a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. I fully expect you to see similar gains to John Grahill, who is over 50. If for some strange reason you don't - email me at with a copy of your training log showing me your lack of progress, and I'll happily refund you and we'll part friends. 

Thanks for reading this letter. 


I hope you decide you're ready for the "Bone-In Tomahawk Ribeye of Training" and take me up on my offer and grab THE GIANT programs today.


Stay Strong,