3 Reasons to Kettlebell
- Complete, full body workout you can do anywhere. You don’t need memberships or fancy equipment to get fit, lean up, or add on muscle. Just your hands, some willpower and a kettlebell.
- Most efficient training tool in the world. With a kettlebell you can move the most amount of weight in the shortest amount of time, meaning less time training and more time enjoying your body of work.
- It’s bad ass. A black cannonball with a cast-iron handle? No matter who you are, kettlebells demand respect.
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The Beginner’s Guide to Kettlebells
We’re willing to bet that most people get interested in the kettlebell for one reason: it looks damn cool. A black cannonball with a cast-iron handle, no other training tool can match its oldschool, back-to-basics appeal.
And while the cool factor is a good enough reason to start using one, there are many others that will inspire you to stick with kettlebell training long-term and make it a regular part of your workouts. Whether you’re looking to get started with your first bell tomorrow, or you want a quick refresher course on everything that makes kettlebells indispensable, look no further than the guide that follows, which covers everything you need to know to start making gains right away.Download Now
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Amazing weekend with my @onnitacademy family in Sedona. Lots of laughing, hiking, and connecting. Growth will ensue. Here's your restorative session with three moves: 1️⃣ Chest-supported good morning with halo 2️⃣ Bent press to overhead squat to rack 3️⃣ A little animal flow from my last meet up with @venus2bfab Set the timer for 20 min and move through the different movements based on how you feel. 3-10 reps is good. Don't go to fatigue. Don't kill your self. I want you to feel GOOD after this. Enjoy!