Strong Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ #1 – Why does it cost so much?
I don’t think it costs a lot at all when you look at what you’re getting.
Being able to ask me (and Dan) questions whenever you want… to get real help and real answers… that’s worth the price alone every month.
Think about it. You can hire a personal trainer. And if it’s a good one, it’s will be $80 to $120 for one session. Easy. Even then most trainers won’t answer your questions outside of training sessions.
You’re getting access to me and Dan. Together we have over 16 years of training experience. Almost two decades of workout design experience.
Plus you’re able to learn kettlebells with from a more in-depth program than you’ll find in most studios around your town. This is a replica of the training I give in my studio and with the Facebook Group you’re able to submit video of yourself so I can check your form.
That’s why I think joining at $97 or $124 is a no-brainer.
FAQ #2 – Why does it cost so little?
I know right? It does cost so little.
The real answer isn’t exciting. It’s because pricing things is hard. I want to attract the right women. Women who will DO the program. Women who will love to learn kettlebells.
I believe it could be a lot more expensive.
But I also consider it’s up to YOU to take action. You have to participate. I’m not going to reach out and bug you personally. If you participate, I will help you personally.
But you have to make the move. And that’s why I don’t charge more at the moment. Because sadly most women will not participate.
FAQ #3 – How hard is it to learn kettlebells?
And I highly recommend submitting video of yourself or at the very least filming yourself so you can see what you actually look like. This helps so much to really groove your form.
Also, talk to me about what you’re feeling so I can correct your form. I know the common mistakes and tendencies like the back of my hand. I will be able to help you quickly.
Just realize, as you learn, you will form calluses on your hands. If you take care of your hands with a pummel stone and lotion at night, you can keep your hands soft.
And in the beginning, you will form small bruises on your forearms. These go away quickly as you get better and better with your kettlebell skills.
FAQ #4 – What kettlebells do I need for this program?
I recommend you start with an 18lb kettlebell and a 26lb kettlebell.
These should be heavy enough to learn and to get you through the whole program. By the end you will be ready to add in another 26lb kettlebell and a 35lb kettlebell.
The best thing is by the time you’re done you will be in love with kettlebells. You will grow your own collection of bells and you’ll have your own gym.
Besides a few bigger pieces of equipment in our studio, we just have kettlebells. We run everything with them.
Lastly, I recommend Rogue for your kettlebells. They are my favorite.
Maybe one day I will create my own brand for women with the same quality as Rogue but with slightly thinner handles.
FAQ #5 – Why don’t you have an app?
I think apps are neat. Not functional.
I don’t want this program to be tied down to a phone. I want you to be able to use it ANYWHERE and EVERYWHERE.
And right now, you can. Plus Dan is constantly learning and working to make this site faster and easier to navigate. He’s actually learning how to code everything from scratch so he can make a 100% custom solution.
We do have some amazing app ideas… but when it comes to workouts they will always be on the web.
FAQ #6 – Will this program help me hit MY goals?
Yes, but you have to participate and tell me what specifically you are dealing with.
The foundation of this program alone will help you hit your goals. But if you have an old injury or something else that requires some modification…
You can get that. Just let me know what it is.
If you don’t say anything, I can’t help you.
FAQ #7 – How do I know how to get started?
From my perspective, this is the hardest part. How do I make it EASY… FAST… and SIMPLE to get started after you purchase?
This is something I’m always trying to improve.
One thing you need to realize is after you purchase, you need to login and just click around. Get familiar with how things are laid out.
Once you get a feel for the site, knowing what to do next is pretty easy.
But Dan and I are actually working on what we call Coaching Queues. You’ll see little buttons around the site in certain locations to help coach you on what to do at that spot.
For example… there will be a Coaching Queue on choosing the right training plan and how to use it successfully.
There will be a Coaching Queue on workouts that have tough exercises to show you the exercise and progressions if you need them.
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