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How Kettlebells Changed My Life

This week I asked my students and followers "How has Kettlebell training changed your life?"

Here are some of the responses. If you want to see the video responses check them out here. It's kind of fun! 

Loved these answers from people!


Kettlebells have changed my mind to what I can achieve. Not only my training, but also MY LIFE!  @Ellzzbelzz

Kettlebells are like the missing piece to my strength puzzle! I m more in tune with my muscles.             @ladyvolsrock

Kettlebells got me interested in lifting weights!  Lee. U

More confidence in myself that I am strong, happy and healthy!  J. Pirofalo 

Strengthened my glutes & core thus ridding myself of back pain! Now I'm a kettlebell trainer!  Robin S.

Stronger, more confident, and defined in places I didn't know I could be.  Marcy M. 

Life Changer. 

I've always been VERY insecure about my body image. Kettlebells make me feel strong and sexy!   Lv.salinas

Just turned 56, stronger than I've  EVER been in my life! I know I will even get stronger!  C. Schlaht


Helped rehab injuries and prevent new ones!   Manny 

I look forward to workouts. I have more endurance in everyday activities. I feel confident and strong!           N. Dalby

Look forward to every workout rather than just making myself do it cuz I know I should!  E. Tomlinson

Just started but feeling committed and determined (Lauren is the BEST teacher) -- thank you.     @_jmaring

My mindset around exercise has completely changed. I no longer dread it, I enjoy and may even be close to loving it because of kettlebells!  R. Austin

Feeling stronger physically,  mentally, emotionally, and spiritually at 53 than my younger days! B. Barrett

I thought I was just getting stronger physically, but little did I know it helped to change my mindset to also be stronger. it also has taught me that pulling back to get stronger is okay instead of pushing harder.          F. Russell

I feel better, move better, am much stronger and can lift heavy things. I'm aging better, I met a bunch of great like-minded women and have a wonderful coach! What did I miss? ;). M. Miller (early 60's)

If you're on the fence of starting or getting back to kettlebell training, let me help you! You can either contact me at or get started right away taking my free HOW TO SWING A KETTLEBELL jump start class right here. To see all the other ways to start check out my streaming and download area here

Do you have a story on how kettlebell training has changed your life? If so, please write us or leave a comment. We would love to continue to share the wonderful life changing transformations with the world. 


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