Complete the following intervals: 1 minute, 2 minutes, 3 minutes, 2 minutes, 1 minute. The amount of rest you take will vary depending on the weight kettlebells you use and how challenging you would like the workout to be. I recommend 1-3 minutes between sets. The goal is to hit a fast pace with good technique - somewhere between 8-12 repetitions per minute.Read More
Train with kettlebells in a circuit, meaning you move from one exercise to the next with little to no rest. Complete each of the 5 exercises for 30 seconds (besides the carry, which is 30 seconds per side for a minute total).Read More
Save this one for your next Snatcherday workout! Complete 50 reps per arm at a medium kettlebell weight, with one hand switch and no set downs. Then do 2 sets of 30 swings per arm with a HEAVY kettlebell (heaviest you can use and maintain good form).Read More
Ah, the ever-existing stereotype of someone who lifts a lot of weights...
Kettlebells are an amazing tool for building strength, power, muscular endurance, and cardiovascular fitness. However, a kettlebell is a submaximal load that is meant for increasing your strength-endurance and power, not necessarily building bulk and size.Read More
Give those muscles the good ol’ KAPOW with this strength workout. Complete 8-6-4-2 reps per side of power clean, push press, overhead squat, curtsy lunge, and suitcase row. Increase kettlebell weight each round.Read More