Energize Your Exercise Kettlebell Workout

Have some fun with this energizing kettlebell and bodyweight workout! I encourage you to be grateful for the ability to move, to think of your workout as playtime, and to have fun with your physical training. At the end of the day, if you’re not enjoying the hours you’re putting in to “get in shape”, isn’t that a big waste of time? I don’t think working out needs to be painful, boring, or hard to motivate yourself for. If you find the right modality of movement, physical training can be incredibly fun in and of itself.

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10 Life Lessons I Learned from Kettlebell Sport

There are many life lessons to be taken away from Kettlebell Sport.
When it comes to life, we tend to rush through things. We want to be done and move onto the next, we want to skip to the advanced movements, we want to find the hack that allows us to finish first. The truth is, starting slow sets you up with a better foundation, no matter what you’re doing. Whether it’s physical or mental, taking the time to progress slowly is key to learning how to do something correctly, and will allow you to finish stronger than if you rush or take a shortcut.

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5x3 EMOM Kettlebell Workout

Complete 3 rounds of 5 minutes, EMOM format. EMOM means you will complete the designated number of repetitions at the top of the minute, and then rest for the remainder of the minute. Round 1 will be 10 reps at the top of the minute, round 2 will be 8 reps at the top of the minute, and round 3 will be 6 reps at the top of the minute.

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How to Improve Your Mobility

I’d argue that mobility training and workout out can go hand in hand, or actually be the same thing. As I mentioned earlier, mobility training is just strength training at your end ranges. Working on improving end range strength and controlling the range of motion that you do have will make everything else you do work better and FEEL better.

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Prime Time Kettlebell Workout

Training unilaterally has a number of benefits, for the brain and the body alike. Unilateral training is often used in injury rehabilitation because the brain stimulates both sides of the body even though only one is actually working. Therefore, priming each side of the body with unilateral exercises can increase bilateral strength as well.

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