Let’s be honest: We all want to spend LESS time in the gym. It’s why all of the fitness gimmicks are out there. We have 8-min abs, 60-hour body transformations, 6-week weight loss challenges… we could go on and on.
But is there a way to do it that’s not gimmicky?
I believe there is and for my seasoned kettlebellers, I’d love for you to try it in our Less Is More Challenge.
This challenge is for experienced students who have been coming to class for 6 months or more.
If you’re ready for a change and to spend less time training, this challenge is for you.
Minimal work, maximal benefit. I’ve been training this way for a while now and I absolutely love it. It’s also been called the “Minimum Effective Dose” by Tim Ferris. It’s the minimum amount of work you have to do to get the best results. His analogy is that water boils at 100 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s not going to get “more boiled” if you add more heat. It’s similar with training. And with training, you could be doing more harm than good if you do too much.
We have 2 options for interested students:
- The Less is More Challenge – Group Option – $100
Spend 10-30-minutes, 3-5x/week training and get better results than coming to 2-4 regular classes/week. There will be training guidelines for 3, 4, & 5 days of training.
You’ll get a small group personal training session ($60 value) & a program to follow with your friends ($120 value).
Click here to get the $180 value for $100!
- The Less is More Challenge – Individualized Program – $250
The “Less is More” challenge is for students who have been coming to class on a regular basis for 6 months or more. If you’ve hit a plateau or you want to get better results AND spend less time in the gym, this challenge is for you.
Spend 10-30-minutes, 4-5x/week training and get better results than coming to 2-4 regular classes/week.
You’ll get a personal training session ($120 value), a program designed to meet your goals ($120 value), and modifications after 6 weeks ($120 value).
Click here to get the $360 value for $250!
Remember: I’m here to help! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!