Use This Secret "Eastern Bloc" Kettlebell Traning Method for 12% More GAINZ... in 40% Less Time đź’Ş

FROM - the desk of Forest Vance, former pro football player and kettlebell expert

Dear fellow kettlebell enthusiast:

Has progress on your fitness program slowed?

Are you frustrated with your lack of strength gains?

Are you stuck on pressing or swinging or snatching the same kettlebell, and can't seem to move up in weight?

If you've answered yes to any of these questions, I want you to know: I have the perfect solution to your problem.

My name is Forest Vance. I am a former pro football player, master personal trainer, and kettlebell expert. And I have to share with you is so exciting that I had to sit down and type this entire website.

You see, I'm writing this to you today because I want you to know that I have a PERFECT solution to your strength plateau, and you can start working on it today!

But more on that later.


I started training with kettlebells in 2008. 

I got into them originally because I was doing WODs from the CrossFit website, and there were KB swings and a couple of other moves mixed in every once in a while.

I really liked the kettlebell elements specifically, so I started training more specifically with just the kettlebells.

But the "mentality" I had when I would use the KBs in my workouts looked like this:

1 - Grind out as many reps as I can on a given exercise

2 - Take a rest

3 - Repeat

Sound familiar? Do you do the same thing?

Issue was, I was getting into really good cardio shape, but it wasn't doing a lot for my strength. The weight I was pressing in my workouts, for example, had basically screached to a halt. Same with the weight I was using for swings and snatches.


I searched for some methods I could use to jump start my strength gains.

I stumbled across the ladder system, in a book by Pavel, the Russian kettlebell master.

The weird thing is, with this system, by doing what FEELS like holding back, and doing what feels like fewer reps than you're capable of each set, you can actually do MORE work overall, get out of the gym faster, and get BETTER results in the long run.

Let's say you do an exercise for three sets, and you get as many reps as you can in 30 seconds each time, resting for 30 seconds between sets.

Set one you might get 10 reps, set two 8, set three 7.

That's 25 total reps.

But what if there was a way to get more reps in less time?

Use a ladder. 

Instead, do 7 reps, then 1 rep, then 6, 2, 5, 3, and 4 reps, resting 30 seconds between sets. 

Add it all up, and you’ve done 28 total reps, with just three and a half minutes of rest. 

Compare that to what you were do before... you get 12% more volume and 40% less time spent resting!

Your workout would be more efficient, and you'd get more done in less time, and deliver a bigger growth stimulus to your muscles.

And that's why I've put together ...


We have taken this ladder method concept, and have put together a complete 28-day Challenge based around the idea.

You are going to get stronger, leaner, and fitter... using just a couple of kettlebells and your own bodyweight... in three to four, 20-30 minute workouts per week!

Here's how it works:

1 - Sign up for the Challenge using the link at the bottom of this page.

2 - On signing up, you'll get all the materials you need to start preparing for the Challenge. I am ALSO going to include a copy of my "Basement Badass - Super Minimalist Edition" program FREE with your order, to give you an idea of what to expect, and to give you workouts to start on NOW if you're rearing to go!

3 - The workouts for the first week go out on Sunday, and we start the actual program on Monday, March 16th. You will get a detailed digital manual each week that outlines exactly how to do each workout in the program, as well as links to videos that show you how to do all the moves.

*What size kettlebells do you need? It depends on you and your specific fitness level and goals, but I would say: an 8k / 12k and a 12k / 16k would be a good start for women, and a 12k / 16k and a 20k / 24k would be a great start for men.

4 - We have a special private group set up for participants in the Challenge. Here, we do coaching videos regularly where we reinforce how to do the exercises and give you specific coaching points. We have you check in each time you do a workout to hold you accountable. And overall, we create an enviornment almost like it's you're at my gym, training with me, but you can do the program anywhere in the world!

5 - I also am going to include my "Athletic Gainz" meal plan when you sign up today as an additional bonus. This special meal plan and lifestyle guide will help you make sure you not ohly have your workouts down, but that you are eating right as well to support all of our fitness goals.


Now let’s get to the price. In the past we price this 28 day challenge is between $79 and $99. This is still western half of what you would pay if you came and trained at our studio in a regular group training a program. But we decided to do is drop the price to make it so that everybody can experience the benefits.

And also, to be totally transparent, you sign up for a month of our ongoing coaching program to get access. So you are paying $28, and if you love it, you are actually get in rolled in the next 28 day challenge.

We are doing this because we know that 28 days you were going to get some great results, but you’re probably gonna wanna keep going – and we are confident that our training program can get you where you wanna go. So that’s why we want to incentivize you to work with us for more than one month.

Set up now below for just $28 and get started right away (hurry, this group starts Monday, March 16th!)

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