kiwiinmelb last edited by
Long time trainer , in a rut been doing a similar routine for what seems like years ,
At the Gym
monday - Chest - Biceps,
Wednesday - Back - traps - abs
Sat - Shoulders Triceps
Sun - Legs,
run on a tuesday, ride a bike on a thursday,
been hearing alot about kettlebell training and keen to give it a go to do something different , only done a litle bit of the basics , Im currently just getting the two armed swing right
alot of the power lifters and MMA fighters are right into it,
Does anyone have any experience ? how do you find it etc ?
taniwharugby last edited by
I've been searching for some good kettlebell stuff too, found this one which looks pretty good )one of the better ones I found) I just need more weight...
ACT Crusader last edited by
Been using KBs for the last few years. Love them. The handle just makes them so much easier to grip and do a range of exercises than a dumbbell.
One and two arm swings, Turkish getups, 1-arm Overhead squats, 1-arm clean and press
The swings done with good form are one of the best full body exercises around IMO. Great for both strength building and for busting a gut.
dK last edited by
Check out my Fat Buster thread and you will see quite a few KB work out variations. The KB's are absolutely hell, but you will end up loving them
Kirwan last edited by
[quote name='dK']Check out my Fat Buster thread and you will see quite a few KB work out variations. The KB's are absolutely hell, but you will end up loving them[/QUOTE]
Yeah, as soon as I saw this thread title I thought of your program you do a interesting variety of exercises with these.
I generally do the two handed swing with the 24kg, and just kills your entire body, just an awesome workout. Still working up to the 32kg one....
love kettle bells. I would get a trainer to take you through something like Turkish get-ups as there are lots of different elements to it. If you can download apps - take a look at the Samuel Pont ones - he's got kettle bell drills for fitness, weightloss, muscle building etc