I’m sure I am in the same predicament as many of you out there. I want to lose fat and build muscle with limited time commitment because, well there are only 24 hours in the day. I’ve tried a variety of workout plans, so when I heard about the Kettlebell Burn (and Kettlebell Burn 2.0) workout I figured, why not try one more?
If you are not familiar with the kettlebell, you aren’t alone. It’s a different type of weight and it comes in various weights. I wanted to know though how this kettlebell could combine with Kettlebell Burn workouts to give me the results I wanted.
Geoff Neupert, the author of Kettlebell Burn and Kettlebell Burn 2.0, explains on his site as well as in the ebook just how much research he put into the program. I know when I started my Kettlebell Burn review, I figured he put this plan together quickly just to make a dollar. However, he explains it took him 17 years to perfect the research and be confident enough to know that it works.
Now, since we’ve gotten through the intro, let’s dive straight into my Kettlebell Burn review. At first I was skeptical of the actual kettlebell, but it was a unique and tough workout. It is also so versatile, making it easy to switch up workouts so the program doesn’t become stale.
I gave it four weeks before looking at my results so I could give the system a fair shake. What I found was not only did I lose weight, but I also looked and felt more muscular. The best part was that I could do this entire workout from my home instead of having to go to a gym. Yes, you could go to a gym who has kettlebells to use, but you’d be much better off buying your own since it is much cheaper.
All in all, I recommend the Kettlebell Burn workout ebook for people looking for a different type of workout that produces great results. It only takes up a little bit of time each day as well to stay on track.