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Tier Training with Two (Kettlebells) Workout

Tier = fancy word for decreasing number of repetitions. 

Today’s workout is a double kettlebell complex that has 5 rounds with 1-2 minutes of rest in between. The first round is 10 repetitions of each exercise, the second round is 8 repetitions of each exercise, then 6, then 4, then 2. If you would like to add an extra challenge, you can increase kettlebell weight each round.


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Windmill Complex Workout

A kettlebell complex is a series of kettlebell exercises that flow together into a sequence. You can change the number of repetitions or the weight of the kettlebell to adjust the difficulty. After completing this workout, try brainstorming your own kettlebell complex and let me know what you come up with!

This particular kettlebell complex workout includes windmills and overhead squats, which can be challenging movements if you don’t have the proper flexibility. To modify, you can bend the knees more on the windmill and substitute the overhead squat for a regular squat. The weight you use will be limited by what you can press and overhead squat with. This routine is great for improving overhead mobility and shoulder stability. 


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Kettlebell Complex Conditioning Workout

Complexes – the combination of two or more movements – are one of the best ways to showcase why kettlebells are such an efficient tool for fitness. 

Complex exercises work the entire body, often incorporating elements of coordination, balance, and unilateral strength.

There is no other tool that makes complex exercises as comfortable and efficient as a kettlebell does. But then again, I’m totally biased. 😉 #kettleobsessed


What is your favorite kettlebell complex? 

 

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