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Kettlebells Live on NBC this morning

Hi everyone.

I know most of you were unable to see this since you are not in San Diego. Here is the link if you would like to see my 2 minutes of fame on TV. 8-)

Lauren Brooks demonstrating kettlebells on NBC television 3 months pregnant.


Howie B said…
Hey TV star!! Awesome!!
Anonymous said…
Awesome clip! Loved it. Hey look, now you're famous. :)
Anonymous said…
We saw it! We dvr'd it and watched it last nite! You looked and sounded great! Tom said, "When did Lauren get long hair like that?" I guess he's always seen you with it up!
Lauren Brooks said…
Thanks guys!!!! It was nothing. 8-)
Franz Snideman said…
Wow! How did you get on TV Lauren?
Lauren Brooks said…

They saw my DVD and liked the idea I was pregnant and still used kettlebells.
Anonymous said…


Anonymous said…
Hi Lauren,
I just came across your page, I am in London UK, and was just contemplating how I am gonna live without regular sessions with my trainer who has moved far away!
:( He has introduced me to a whole new fitness world and although doing well, I have some way to go. I think Kettlebells have made all the difference in my work-out and I am ordering some right now, so i can continue what he has taught me. I am really impressed by your teaching style and hope now to also use your videos to teach me more :)

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