First, let me tell you what this book is not. This is not a book that is going to start off with a long boring introduction. This is not a book that is going to explain the entire science of kettlebells and why you must train with them to see results. This is not a book that dedicates an entire chapter to the history of kettlebells, dating back to the BC era. This is not a book that’s going to dump all my personal beliefs and training philosophies on you over and over and over again. This is not a book where I preach about how I am the greatest kettlebell instructor or why I am ultraqualified to talk about this topic. Now, let me tell what this book is. I got the idea from my own experience of trying to learn how to work with kettlebells. Every book I have ever bought on kettlebells gave you the same 8–12 exercises over and over, and nobody ever gave you anything new. They all talked on and on about the history of kettlebells, and the science behind them, and all the benefits of working with them. But don’t get me wrong, that stuff is definitely important to know, but I didn’t need any more of that. I needed new ideas and exercises that I could do with them to see those benefits. So then I started asking other fitness professionals how they trained people with kettlebells and what exercises they did, and once again, everybody was doing the same 8–12 exercises. It almost seemed like those 8–12 exercises were the only ones that existed. So in the end, I decided to put together a compilation of all the different exercises I have either come up with, seen, or thought of and listed some of the more popular workouts I have put clients through to give you new exercises, techniques, and ideas to incorporate in either your routine or that of your client.