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Review from the One and Only Mike Mahler


This review just came in from Mike Mahler, one of the first well known kettlebell instructors in America.  Very honored to receive this from Mike.  

REVIEW for "Kettlebells For Women: Workouts For Your Strong, Sculpted & Sexy Body"


"Highly respected kettlebell instructor and fitness expert Lauren Brooks' book "Kettlebells For Women" is a fantastic introduction to the immense benefits of effective kettlebell training. While the target audience of this book is women, Lauren understands fully that serious women should train hard just like serious men. You don't get a great body like Lauren, by messing around with ineffective exercises and light weights. 

The book details which kettlebell exercises you should focus on, optimal technique for physique composition goals, and also lays out several effective programs to get you started. In addition, Lauren, is also a nutrition expert and does a great job cutting through all the nutrition hype out there and revealing a simple yet very effective strategy for both meat eaters and vegetarians. Fat loss is at least 70% diet so no book on fitness would be complete without useful nutrition info. 

Lauren is a great role model and is a product of the system she espouses to others. This is a must as you should never listen to a trainer that can't follow his or her own advice! Pick up Lauren's book today, follow her advice to the letter, and get ready to transform your health."

Comments

Anonymous said…
Keep up the amazing work!
Melody said…
High praise, and well deserved!! Yay! <3

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