Kettlebell workouts offer an array of benefits. You only need one piece of equipment to target your body and your muscles in endless ways. And they keep things interesting.
Want to know more? Here are various benefits of kettlebell workouts:
- They increase your strength and power.
- They improve functional movements that you use in your everyday life – like the squat.
- They are small, compact, and portable.
- They engage the core, challenging your stability and balance.
- They keep things fun and interesting with the wide variety of moves and workouts you can perform.
At Duwe Fitness, we have a variety of kettlebell workouts. You don’t need to go out and spend tons of money on expensive equipment or gym memberships. All you need is a kettlebell of an appropriate size for your fitness and strength level.
If you’re new to kettlebells, try a 15-25 lb one if you’re a woman and try a 20-30 lb one if you’re a man. These weight ranges are good starting points. Eventually, you may progress and trade in your kettlebell for a heavier one.
Here are 8 fantastic kettlebell workouts that will help you lose weight, get stronger, release endorphins, and just feel amazing!
This workout consists of trisets. This means you perform 3 exercises – one right after the other and without a rest in between. That way, you can save time for other activities in your life. It also gives your metabolism a nice little boost.
This workout tones up the triceps and biceps – without the bulk. If you do this workout 3 times a week, you’ll get sculpted, strong, and slim arms. You also get a bonus round… if you dare.
Do you have bad knees? This workout is for you! You can workout your full body using just a kettlebell – and you can do it all from the floor. Your knees won’t even know what’s happening. This kettlebell workout works your core and arms. Go ahead… Check it out!
Want to increase your metabolism? Want a quick workout you can rely on to tone and strengthen your entire body? This one is it! You’ll do jumping jacks, curtsy lunges, push-ups, kettlebell swings, and more.
This one will burn in the abdominals. You’ll even get to challenge yourself to a bonus round, holding a plank at the end. Can you do it?
This workout isn’t about giving 110% the whole time. Instead, it’s a steady grind. You’ll build endurance and stamina through compound movements. This kettlebell workout is one you’ll definitely want to try.
In this kettlebell workout, you do all the exercises as fast as you can Every Minute On the Minute. Each round is 8 minutes long. As soon as that minute hits, you go. Earn those rest breaks!
You start with the basic rounds. But your last round is AMRAP – which stands for as many rounds as possible. You have 12 minutes to get through that last round as many times as you can. Just when you think you’re done, the worst has yet to start. But you’ll feel good after. Let those endorphins fly.