Do it like a Celebrity!

The new benefit of Kettlebell Training...

Strong & Sexy!

I won’t lie, … kettlebell workouts are HARD, but that is why they are so effective. If you don’t mind the grit or a solid challenge and want maximum results with minimum time, then invest in kettlebells.

I know I am bias to kettlebells because I love the challenge and grit it requires, you can't fake your fitness or strength with a kettlebell and while I love a good barbell throwdown, it's just not always practical.

It doesn't matter if I want to slim down, improve my flexibility, build lean body mass, power, strength and speed, kettlebell training can do it all, they are resilient and reliable for delivering results both for me and my clients; but I'm not the only one who loves it a number of celebrities have spoken publicly about their use of kettlebells… you judge the results:

  • Katherine Heigl
  • Kim Cattrall
  • Jessica Biel
  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Angelina Jolie
  • Vanessa Hudgens
  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Ethan Hawke
  • Matthew McConaughey
  • Most of the cast from the movie “300″

I think it's obvious by these red carpet faces, kettlebells give strength and tone without adding bulk. The American Council on Exercise did an independent study on kettlebell workouts that found that: During the 20-minute workout, the average calorie burn was 272 calories, not counting additional calorie burn due to the substantial anaerobic effort.

5 Simple Effective Workout

Just like our celebrates have if you decide to give kettlebells a try, seek a certified coached before going solo and ensure you have medical clearance. If you are in the Venice, California, you can email me at

Workout1: TABATA Swings or Snatch 8 Rounds of  :20 on :10 off Then rest 2min and repeat another 3 times

Workout2: AMRAP 5, As Many Reps As Possible in 5min Snatch

Workout3: 1-5 Ladder; Clean, Press, Front Squat.  Start with 1 rep each and go up till you are doing 5 reps of each. Rest 2min between each flu ladder and Repeat 2 more times. (1-5 is one ladder)

Workout4: Double Kettlebell Front Squats. 3 sets of 5, or 4 sets of 4 Give yourself enough rest between sets about a 1-2 min.

Workout5: Double Kettlebell Presses 3 sets of 4-6 (best to do less reps with heavier weight, but you it feels easy for you with the kettlebells you have do an extra rep per set.