Train yourself to go from weak, frazzled, fat, and stressed to lean, healthy, productive, and strong—in the comfort of your own home
Let me tell you about Steve, one of my first students. Steve was getting fat. An athletic type, but put on some weight in college and once he got his office job, boom, he started ballooning. Twenty pounds just like that.
We started working out together and I just took him through some basic kettlebell stuff. We trained 3-5 days per week in short sessions with a mixture of endurance and strength. Steve made some simple dietary changes (ditching soda, for one).
He developed a fitness consciousness and discovered how to sustain a fitness practice that will carry him through all his days. Matter of fact, he texted me recently and all the weight is still off and he’s biking and running to stay in shape.
If you’re like other men I meet, you’re confused by all the exercise information out there.
You haven’t been consistent and you’re not in as good of shape as you used to be…especially if you’ve had some kids, got a mortgage, and work in an office or have an otherwise sedentary type job.
You want to get in shape, but you think it’s unattainable or requires too much effort or time…or that you don’t have the right equipment or whatever.
My friend, I have some good news for you.
You can get in shape, you can get strong—athletic even—without becoming obsessive compulsive about exercise and shunning your friends and family.
I want this to be your turning point. You’re here because you don’t need some dude yelling at you to get one more rep, and you don’t need to do the latest scientific program that is being tested out on professional athletes.
You just want to be in shape, strong, capable of everything that life throws at you. You want to be able to play with your kids, have fun vacations, live pain free, and have a calm state of mind seeking after your purpose here on earth.
I’m glad you stopped by and are reading this. Go ahead and Sign up for the newsletter and you’ll get 10 Steps to Get Healthy and Strong. It’s a quick read that if you study and incorporate it, you’ll transform your health and strength.
There are a lot of free resources on my site and then I have several books on my products page.
Promise me something. If you’re here reading this, take some sort of action to improve your health and strength. You can’t be at your full potential if your foundation (your body) isn’t up to the task.
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P.S. Some videos:
Using a light weight (36 pounds) kettlebell to develop all the strength you need:
Four breathing exercises from George F. Jowett. Fresh air is one of the key “supplements” you can take to restore your health. These breathing exercises purify your lungs AND expand your chest, helping you get rid of the office worker slouch
P.P.S. Here’s a quick newsletter sign up form. I send a few emails each week with physical, mental, and sometimes even business tips.
Justin is a great teacher and a very knowledgeable RKC –Russian Kettlebell Instructor. Pavel Tsatsouline quotes Justin formore than a page in “Enter The Kettlebell.” If you are looking forsomething new, try Kettlebells. If you are someone to teach youhow to train, try Justin. You will not be disappointed.
Justin Qualler has been a valuable resource for fitness and kettlebell training ever since we first met, while on a work assignment in Milwaukee WI. He has a gift for presenting complex fitness theory in a language understandable for the layman, and offering practical training tips for the average working person.
Justin Qualler helps us understand our habits and how to change them into a healthier lifestyle.