It’s a great looking Saturday!!

We hope you had a great week of training.

Here’s a nice simple single or double kettlebell strength workout to get you started off right this weekend!

These single or double kettlebell workouts are fantastic for a large group or even solo at home.

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Start out with 5 minutes of joint mobility and two rounds of kettlebell warm up.  Make sure to reference the video library if you have any questions on this.

Today will be a strength/conditioning emphasis, but you will take minimal rest between movements.

Get as many rounds as you can in 25 minutes with a moderately heavy kettlebell or two kettlebells.  Feel free to move up in weight as you go.

We’ll give you a few options as well.

Here’s the movement sequence:

  • One handed swings 5/5
  • 10 push ups, modified or hindu push ups
  • 5/5 kettlebell cleans or snatches
  • 5/5 presses, push presses or jerks
  • 5/5 racked or 10 goblet squats
  • 5/5 one arm rows
  • 5 walkouts or 10 suspended knees to chest (mix it up if you want)

Here’s also a double kettlebell option for you to try out!

Get as many rounds as you can in 25 minutes!

  • Double kettlebell swings 10
  • Push ups, modified or hindu 10
  • Double cleans or snatches 5 reps
  • Double kettlebell push press or jerk 5 reps
  • Double kettlebell front squats 5
  • Double kettlebell low rows 5
  • Walkouts, Power wheel roll outs 5 or suspended knee to chest 10

Have a great Saturday!!

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