20 Minute Full Body Kettlebell workout – No 8 – Full Body Conditioning At Home

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20 Minute Full Body Kettlebell workout – No 8 – Full Body Conditioning At Home

This full-body kettlebell workout is a great way to get a quick and effective workout in. You will be using a single kettlebell for this workout, so it is important to choose one that is the right weight for you.

The goal is to swing the kettlebell for forty seconds and then rest for twenty seconds. You will need to do this for a total of 20 minutes.

This is an excellent workout to do if you are short on time or if you want to get a quick, effective workout in.

Related: Full list of workouts here

Full-body kettlebell workout

Kettlebells offer a comprehensive workout for the lower and upper body by targeting the legs, glutes, back, shoulders, and arms.

Kettlebells are not only great for toning your muscles, but they can help with your cardio fitness too. They are perfect for getting your heart rate up and burning calories.

We all know that kettlebell swings engage a lot of muscle groups at the same time and that you don’t have to go to the gym to get a good workout. This is fantastic since it saves time with your daily routine and gives you more free time.

Kettlebell swings also can help with any kind of postural imbalance you may have and even inexperienced exercisers can gain explosive strength doing high-volume swings.

How to do this full-body kettlebell EMOM workout:

  • Choose a kettlebell that is the right weight for you.
  • Swing the kettlebell for 45 seconds and then rest for 15 seconds.
  • Repeat this for a total of 20 minutes.
  • 7 exercises to work through
  • 2 rounds of exercises in routine

Kettlebell training

Kettlebell training is a great way to get a full-body workout in. Kettlebells can be used for a variety of exercises, including swings, snatches, cleans, presses, and more.

Kettlebell training is an excellent way to build muscle, increase strength, and improve cardiovascular health.

If you are new to kettlebell training, it is important to start slowly and progress gradually. Choose a weight that is comfortable for you and that you can swing without compromising your form.

As you get more comfortable with the movement, you can increase the weight and number of reps you do.

When you swing the kettlebell make sure you aren’t bending or locking your knees too much.

The important thing to consider when swinging a kettlebell is the hip hinge.

Make sure you pivot from here and you should feel it pulling slightly on your hamstrings, butt, and calves. If you don’t hinge correctly, you will over time put more pressure on your lower back.

7 exercises that I have performed with the one kettlebell:

  • bent over suitcase row
  • Swap sides 
  • Backward lunge & press 
  • Deadlift, press out and kneel
  • Clean & press to the front 
  • Swap sides 
  • Slow hip tap
  • Around the clock
  • Swap sides 
  • Hips up chest sweep

New to kettlebells? Here are all the videos in my beginner’s kettlebell workout program.

Click on the video below to follow along with the workout.

How to choose the right weight kettlebell for you

This all depends on your fitness level and what you are comfortable with. If you are a beginner, start with a lightweight and work your way up.

If you are more experienced, you can choose a heavier kettlebell.

Remember, the key is to choose a weight that is comfortable for you and that you can swing without compromising your form.

Benefits of kettlebell swings

There are many benefits to doing kettlebell swings, including:

  • Improved cardiovascular health
  • Increased muscle strength
  • Increased muscle endurance
  • Improved joint health
  • Improved posture
  • Improved balance and coordination
  • Reduced risk of injury
  • Increased calorie burn
  • Full-body workout
  • Can be done anywhere, anytime

Final thoughts…

If you are new to kettlebell swings, start with a lightweight and work your way up. Remember to focus on technique and form first and foremost.

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This kettlebell workout is easy to follow and great for people of any fitness level.

By using a moderate-to-light-weight Kettlebell, you can squat, hinge, row, push, press and swing through almost any exercise while still getting a great workout.

If you’re struggling to get enough rest between exercises, don’t be afraid to decrease the reps or modify the exercise.

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Until next time, all the best…

Lee

Founder – Sport CBDs

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