Exercise #1: Push UpGo into a push up position, into a plank, and push up trying to stay as square as possible and keeping yourself as intensely tensioned as you can, moving quickly but not excessively fast. Rest for 15 seconds.
Exercise #2: Goblet Squats
Grab the kettlebell by the horns (the sides of the handle) and perform squats for 30 seconds. Rest for 15 seconds.
Exercise #3: Hollow Body Pull OversLie on the floor, go into a hollow body position, then pull the kettlebell over above your head and then right back into the ground. Keep your legs just a few inches off the ground, not into a v-up position but enough to keep the tension. Rest for 15 seconds after the exercise.
Exercise #4: Pull Across
Adopt a quadruped position with knees under the hips and then grab the kettlebell across the floor back and forth. Try not to sway too much and keep your body as stable as possible.
After this exercise, rest for 60 seconds and then go back it again for three more rounds.
Brett has over 13 years of professional experience and has delivered over 16,900 PT sessions. He has mainly dealt with general population clients, helping them to reach a diverse range of health, fitness and wellness goals. Since qualifying, Brett has completed many continued professional development courses including sports massage therapy and body composition expertise, all of which have improved his overall coaching abilities. On top of formal courses, as a weekly priority, Brett also sets aside time to study at least 4-5 hours per week.