Kettlebell


KettlebellMobilityTraining

Workout for Monday June 29th: For this finisher, you will need 2 kettlebells weighing between 35-53lbs. As you move through the exercises in this circuit, make sure that you really focus on good form. Don't underestimate this workout, you'll definitely be feeling it by the 6th round.  Use your two kettlebells for each exercise except the swings which you will switch down to one kettlebell.  WORKOUT: 6-8 Rounds 5 x Kettlebell Deadlifts 4 x Kettlebell Front Squats 3 x Kettlebell Overhead Press 10 x Kettlebell Swings No rest between rounds  

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KettlebellMobilityTraining

Workout for Monday, June 22nd This kettlebell finisher will leave your legs and core burning. You will need two kettlebells weighing between 35-53lbs and room to walk up to 50meters. Perform the two exercises below one after the other, beginning with walking lunges. Once you have completed 8 (4 each leg) jump the kettlebells up to your shoulders to complete your 50m walk.  See if you can make it through 10 rounds! WORKOUT: 8-10 Rounds 8 x Walking lunges holding kettlebells down by your sides. 50-Meter walk holding kettlebells up on your shoulders (rack position) 20-secs rest between rounds

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ConditioningCoreKettlebellMobilityTraining

Workout for Monday June 15th: For this workout, you will need two kettlebells weighing 35-53lbseach. Performed as an AMRAP, you will complete as many rounds of the three exercises as possible in the required time frame. For both kettlebell front squats and kettlebell overhead press, begin in the same position with both kettlebells slightly resting on your chest handles facing inward. Only put down the weight to perform your pushups.  WORKOUT: 8 MIN AMRAP 6 x Double Kettlebell Front Squat 3 x Double Kettlebell Overhead Press 5 x Pushups

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ConditioningCoreKettlebellMobilityTraining

Workout for Monday June 8th: This circuit will get you really feeling your hamstrings and lower back. All you will need is one kettlebell weighing between 35-53lbs. A spin on the normal two-arm kettlebell swing we are performing single-arm swings for this workout. Performed with the same movement and form as two-arm swings, the only difference is one arm will be swinging the kettlebell the other should be out at a 45 - 90 degree angle to help you stay balanced. This variation is slightly superior as it creates more of a challenge for your stabilizing muscles and shoulder.   Tips...

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ConditioningCoreKettlebellMobilityTraining

Workout for Monday, June 1st: For this session, we are hitting an exercise called Turkish getups. Turkish getups are one of those few exercises that really do target almost every major muscle group. Because you are transitioning between lying, kneeling, and standing there is a strong focus on core and your stabilizing muscles that are important areas and directly translate to your field performance. Correct form for this exercise is also really important so if you aren't used to the exercise, make sure that you try it a few times without weight to get the hang of it. Perform the exercises...

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