The kettle bell is the most versatile piece of fitness equipment you can own. Every exercise burns calories and builds muscle as well as supporting muscles to stabilize the body in a functional way. Many personal trainers recommend working kettle bells into your regimen for the versatility, and cardiovascular workout that even a light kettle bell can provide.

 

Do Circuit  3 Times

10 Kettle Bell Swings

16 Lunges with dumbbell – place kettle bell in the middle of your chest and engage core to keep stabilized.

20 Clean and Presses- focus on having kettle bell behind your write, to engage posterior stabilizing muscles.

12 Leans – 6 per side

1 armed deadlifts – 10 each side. Go slowly, focus on legs and core balance.

 

Circuit 3 Times

20 Front Squats –

10 Front Lunges

20 single arm, bent over rows

20 Clean and Presses – Kettle bell in front of wrist.

10 Single Arm Kettle Bell Swings – 5 Per Arm

 

Do Circuit 3 Times

Rotating sets of planks, and leg raises – 2 Minutes

20 Pushups – 3 Times

20 Core Twists – 3 times.

 

 

 

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