Obviously one workout is not the end all be all for having muscular arms and a big butt (that depends on various factors, including the workouts you do but also on genetics, nutrition, frequency of training, etc.), but your arms and booty will definitely get worked with the following video.
The workout includes the kettlebell bent press, a fun combo of a windmill and a press. If you’ve never done the bent press before, I highly suggest you check out this video by Jen Sinkler.
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Everyone loves push ups, yes? And doing 100 of them is no problem, right? Okay maybe that’s just me… but I’m here to tell you that doing 100 push ups is even better when you break it up and put some double kettlebell Long Cycle reps in between. Trust me. Because what’s better than getting a great arm pump? Let me tell you: getting a great arm pump PLUS working your legs and heart rate like crazy on Long Cycle so your entire body feels worked and you get an amazing endorphin rush.
If my description of this week’s workout scared you, don’t worry… it’s a short workout! But don’t confuse short with easy. Give it a try and let me know if my description was accurate!
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Besides being essential to staying alive, breathing plays an incredibly important role in movement. With relation to the kettlebell snatch, utilizing the proper anatomical breathing pattern will help you keep the right posture, relax, and prevent grip fatigue.
If you missed the first and second videos in this series on the kettlebell snatch drop, click here and here.