We don’t move gracefully 24/7. We trip, we climb stairs, we carry kids and fur kids, groceries and gym bags. You might be a mountain athlete too, or aspire to hike, climb and hit the slopes more. How can you train efficently to improve coordination, endurance and strength?
Kettlebells are time efficient by combining cardiovascular intensity with strength training.
When you’re swinging heavy spheres of iron around, it’s hard to take short cuts and cheat – so you’ll feel and see results even faster!
They are never-ending useful tool. Here’s a run down of what you gain with kettlebells:
Here are two of my favorite kettlebell circuits, combining cardiovascular intensity and strength!
Kettlebell Workout One: Full Body
3 – 5 sets of 5 reps each movement
*You can do each exercise separately or use the same pair of kettlebells and work through each one without putting the kettlebells down!
Rest up to 2:00 minutes after each round.
Kettlebell Workout Two: Offset Leg Workout
Complete four rounds of:
Rest after each round for 1 – 2 minutes. Change weight for each movement best suited for you. Challenge yourself, move well and rest as needed!
If you enjoyed these and are intrigued, we offer a 6 week Kettlebell Program!