Got a kettlebell? Then read this: today we're bringing you a very simple full-body workout in which your body will function as a whole unit. It's composed of just one exercise: the Dead Start Clean.
Dead Start Clean
Position the kettlebell on the ground and stand with your legs along each side of it. The first movement is a hinge, getting the posterior, hamstring, and glutes activated, then moving into a pull with one hand, activating the upper back, traps, biceps, forearm, and grip, then moving into a kettlebell rack position, which will activate shoulders and upper back and your entire core. Then perform a squat, activating your legs, and with that, you get a full-body kettlebell exercise.
Perform the same exercise for 40 seconds on each arm with a 15-second rest in between, or adapt it to your conditioning regime as you see fit!
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.