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Quick Kettlebell Workout

Quick Kettlebell Workout

Posted by Kettlebell Kings on 2nd May 2018


Here is a quick kettlebell workout you can do almost anywhere!

Complete as many rounds as possible in 15 minutes of:

For the Goblet Squats and Deadlifts, try and use a kettlebell you could normally do those movements comfortably for eighteen to twenty repetitions. You will need two kettlebells for the Kettlebell Man Makers (see video demonstration below). The goal is to perform as many rounds as possible of these movements in fifteen minutes. Rest as needed between sets!


Benefits of Kettlebell Workouts:

  • build muscle
  • burn fat
  • increase mobility
  • keep workouts challenging and exciting

Workouts:

  • Mostly 10-20 minute workouts
  • Perform at home, outdoors at the gym
  • Stay up to date on the best ways to use your kettlebell

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Make sure you use correct form! Use a kettlebell for the goblet squats and deadlifts that you could do 18-20 reps comfortably on a first set.

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