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.Read More
My first Kettlebell Flow Fit workout had a lot of views on my YouTube channel, so I decided to make a version 2.0 incorporating a couple new flow movements I've been practicing! Complete 30 seconds of goblet squat, rotation clean and press, two arm clean to side lunge, and snatch.Read More
Grab two kettlebells differing in weight by 4-8kg.
For each of the 5 movements, complete 5 sets of Every Minute On the Minute (EMOM) with the number of reps listed below. Rest 1 minute between movements.Read More
Complete 3-4 circuits of 30 seconds per kettlebell exercise with minimal rest between exercises: Double swing Gorilla clean Double front squat Seesaw press Upright rack carry Double half snatchRead More
Complete 5-10 sets of 1 minute of the following kettlebell flow, alternating sides every repetition: - Figure 8 - Swing - Snatch to lunge - Split squat - Lunge hold press - Front squat - SnatchRead More