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Vic Randolph
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Kettlebell Routines



  • Grab Your Beginner Kettlebell Routine Worksheet!Complete this workout at home or gym with 1 kettlebell.

  • Avoid the common mistakes everybody makes when doing kettlebell exercises.

  • Build strength, burn fat, level up your life!





kettlebell routines


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You can also use these workouts as a kettlebell WOD (workout of the day) but you will need to be careful not to overdo things as many of them are rather intense and may require at least a days rest.


Above I have listed my 25 best kettlebell workout routines or possible kettlebell WOD that I have used within my kettlebell classes. All of these would be great as a home kettlebell workout using only one kettlebell and your bodyweight.


Hi Greg, I am Basilio, I started using Kettlebell about 2 years ago, and I feel pretty good, I like work out with them. I am new on your website, and I would like ask you a questioni about the one arm kettlebell swing: you said that the single arm kettlebell swing works the middle trapezius and the rhomboids, among other muscles, therefore an electromyography on the back chain shows you that?I am sorry for my English and I really appreciate if you answer me.


Hi this is my first time here and I loved the article about kettlebells but I have tried it yet and I will try to do some workouts which you have mentioned, and very nicely arranged workouts which any beginner can follow Thanks and keep up the great work going


Imagine a kettlebell overhead press. Because the weight hangs at a distance from the handle, it will tempt your arm to drift backward as you press. You have to concentrate on controlling your shoulder to the max in order to press the weight straight up, and that not only builds bigger, stronger shoulders, but also makes you better at the skill of shoulder pressing.


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Step 1. Place the kettlebell on the floor and take a staggered stance with your left foot in front and planted just outside the weight. The toes on both feet should face straight forward. Dig the ball of your right foot into the floor behind you, and bend at the hips so your torso is angled about 45 degrees to the floor. Rest your left elbow on your thigh for support, and reach for the kettlebell with your right hand. Take a deep breath into your belly, and brace your core.


Step 2: Exhale as you begin moving the kettlebell around your head, being careful to maintain your posture and not bend your torso in any direction. Move slowly to avoid whacking yourself in the head. Make a full circle, and then repeat in the opposite direction. Continue alternating directions on each rep.


Step 1. Place the kettlebell on the floor, and stand behind it with feet between hip and shoulder width. Keeping a long spine, bend your hips back, allowing your knees to bend as needed until you can grasp the kettlebell with one hand. Get a proud chest, and take a deep breath into your belly.


Step 1. Lie on your back on the floor with a kettlebell in one hand. Bend your knees and plant your feet; flatten your lower back into the floor, brace your core, and squeeze your glutes. Position your working arm 45 degrees to your side, bend the elbow 90 degrees, and drive your elbow into the floor to create stability. Use your free arm to help you lift the kettlebell overhead so your set starts at the top of the movement.


Kettlebell Presses and PullupsSet a timer to beep every 8min. When it beeps, start your press set. Clean a 6-8RM kettlebell once and press it 5 times with your left. Drop, switch hands, clean with your right, and do your 5 presses. Without setting the kettlebell down, keep switching hands and counting down the reps: 5-4-3-2-1. This was one set.


They may look like cast-iron doorstops, but kettlebells are meant for anything but lying around. Case in point: Studies show that training with kettlebells yields pretty incredible improvements in aerobic capacity and strength,Manocchia P, et al. (2013). Transference of kettlebell training to strength, power, and endurance. DOI: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e31825770fe as well as balance and explosive power.Jay K, et al. (2013). Effects of kettlebell training on postural coordination and jump performance: A randomized controlled trial. DOI: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e318267a1aa


Stand with feet a little wider than shoulder-width apart. Hold a kettlebell with both hands, keeping arms straight. Bend knees slightly, hinge forward at hips, and maintain a flat back. Swing the kettlebell back between your knees.


Use the momentum to return to standing, drive your hips forward, and squeeze your glutes. Bring the kettlebell up to shoulder height, still keeping arms straight. Get a more in-depth look at the proper form for a kettlebell swing here.


On the other hand, kettlebell programs might primarily focus on conditioning while building strength, with an emphasis on moves like swings and snatches. Kettlebells are an extremely versatile piece of equipment that can help with almost any fitness goal.


Kettlebells might not be the first implement you think of when you think about building strength. But still, kettlebells can get you very strong. Due to the construction of the weight (the bulk of the resistance is underneath the handle), traditional lifts performed with kettlebells can increase muscle recruitment by making your stabilizer muscles work overtime.


Kettlebell circuits can target any area of your body for hypertrophy. You can use these circuits to up the intensity of your regularly-scheduled workouts, since kettlebells are great for moving between different exercises quickly. That intensity boost can give your muscles the extra stimulus they need to spark new growth.


If you want to put a bigger emphasis on kettlebells in your program, proceed the same way you would when designing any workout routine. Assess your goals first and foremost. Are you trying to get strong? Build muscle? Change your body composition?


The American kettlebell swing is the standard for functional fitness competitions. While there are variations, the standard swing involves using the hips to drive the weight from behind the body up over the head in one smooth maneuver. 041b061a72


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