The kettlebell routines in this training plan are ideal for someone that:
✔️ Enjoys training with kettlebells
✔️ Doesn't want to spend a lot of time working out (most of the workouts are 20-30 minutes long)
✔️ Is stuck at home because of COVID-19. Kettlebell workouts have proven to be pandemic resistant, you can do so many different workouts and you don't need a lot of space. These workouts are ideal to do at home if need be.
✔️ Improve their cardiovascular fitness, stamina and coordination
✔️ Doesn't want to think about building kettlebell routines
✔️ Cares about functional strength. Meaning the type of strength that can carry over to many of live's demands and sports
I'll also be introducing 7 new kettlebell movements or sequences including the Turkish Get-Up for the first time.
Some of these workouts will be simple, just 3 exercises. But what makes them significant are the training formats.
You're not going to get bored with these workouts. The movements, sequences and formats are dynamic and some are fast paced.
AMRAPs: AMRAP stands for As Many Rounds As Possible. You will have five 15 minute AMRAPs and five 25 minute AMRAPs. I suggest to print these workouts and keep track of your rounds completed.
Metcons: These metabolic conditioning workouts will have only 3 exercises. But don't let the limited number of exercises fool you. There will be 2 parts to these 10 routines. The first part requires you to solely focus on one exercise. The exercises in the first part will either be a sequence (a series of kettlebell exercises stitched together) or an exercise that requires considerable skill.
Complexes: A complex is a sequence of 2 or more exercises. With complexes you don't put the training tool on the floor to rest (in this case a kettlebell). You simply complete a movement and move on to the next movement.
It would be helpful if you know how to do the following kettlebell exercises:
✔️ Turkish Get-Up (Here's a full guide on how to do Turkish Get-Ups if you don't know how to: TGU Guide)
Who is this workout plan for?
The workouts in this e-book are for someone that has experience with medium to advance training formats. These workouts will help improve your cardiovascular endurance as well build muscle and core strength.
Some workouts will require 2 kettlebells.
💡Important: The formats of these kettlebell routines will be challenging but it is not necessary to use heavy kettlebells if you don't want to. It is more important to complete the routines with good form then it is to struggle and quit half way.
Where can I do this workout?
You can do these workouts at a gym or at home if you a kettlebell and a mat.
How do I get this workout plan?
After you complete purchase you will be routed to a download area where you can download the workouts.
The file will be a PDF. There are various of free apps you can use to view them. Or you can simply open them on your mobile browser.
How many times can I download the workouts?
There will be a download limit of 7 attempts. If for some reason you need more simply please reply to your download receipt e-mail and I will assist you.