“If I want to gain muscle with kettlebells, how many are required?”
“I want to get stronger. Can it be done with single KBs?”
“I don’t have two of each weight for my KBs. Can I do your Kettlebell GAINZ program?”
These are a few “frequently asked questions” I’ve gotten about Kettlebell GAINZ, from people who are looking to gain strength and muscle, while staying athletic, improving conditioning, and losing fat at the same time.
This is a GOOD thing, too.
You’re very smart to do your research on a new workout program, before diving in head first.
Especially when it comes to getting the best possible results from your training!
When it comes to building muscle, there are three things that MUST be in place.
1 – Progressive overload
Whether you’re using kettlebells, dumbells, a barbell, or your own bodyweight – the important thing is that there is a progression of lifting heavy weights often.
If this is true, your body will adapt by getting stronger.
Kettlebell GAINZ is set up so that you have options for both single AND double kettlebells – and it’s a PROGRESSIVE six week program, in that each week builds on the next, and you get a little better and stronger each time you come back and repeat an exercise.
2 – Proper nutrition
If you want to build muscle, you gotta EAT.
And QUALITY is just as important as QUANTITY.
(That’s why you get the Forest Vance Lean GAINZ diet plan plan with Kettlebell GAINZ. On a side note, I’m 100% convinced that of the big reasons participants in the Kettlebell GAINZ Beta Test group were able to stay so lean – while at the same time, more than doubling their strength, and adding pounds of lean muscle, in just 6 weeks – was the special diet plan we used. And you get it FREE with your order.)
3 – Rest
GAINZ are made when you are RESTING – NOT when you’re training. Your body goes hard to work at repairing and adapting to everything you did during your training session when you rest – so that you can come back a little bit stronger for next time.
Rest is also built into the Kettlebell GAINZ program – you do 3 KB sessions per week, with 48 hours of rest between each, along with two 15 – to – 20 minute interval workouts.
SO – bottom line, it’s not about the amount of kettlebells you have to train with, if you want to gain strength and muscle … it’s about the factors above.
Incorporate these into your training, and you’ll be on your way to gaining strength and muscle, while staying athletic, improving conditioning, and losing fat at the same time!
Train hard, talk soon –
– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certifed Kettlebell Instructor
PS – Kettlebell GAINZ is on sale this week – but the price goes up each time someone buys, so get it now for the best deal!