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KB Fit Britt’s Birthday Workout

It’s my 25th birthday today and I’d love for you all to celebrate with me by becoming the best and fittest YOU you can be… so try this workout. Don’t you dare leave out the birthday burpees at the end!


Need help with your kettlebell technique? Email info@kbfitbritt.com to schedule a 30-minute consult with video analysis. 

 

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Jerk It Out, Work It Out

Interested in trying out Kettlebell Sport as a training methodology? This video incorporates one of the fundamental sport lifts, the kettlebell jerk, into a workout that will challenge the coordination and power of the legs, core, and upper body.

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Back to Basics Kettlebell Workout

Brush up on your kettlebell strength training basics with the following workout. Watch the video to make sure you are executing each exercise properly, then break the repetitions up into any scheme that works for you to complete the workout.


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Kick Your Kettlebooty Workout

“Kettlebooty” = a strong butt built by lifting kettlebells

In our society of spending 9 to 5 sitting at a desk with no muscle engagement and poor posture, increasing gluteal strength is crucial to health and athletic performance.

In addition to working your butt muscles, kettlebells are also a great way to push yourself cardiovascularly.

Give this workout a try to kick your kettlebooty – in more ways than one!

Working with kettlebells is challenging, so be sure to consult a qualified instructor if you are not sure how to execute the movements properly. 

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