Rudy's back again with another quick workout you can do with just a kettlebell and small space. This workout works great alternated or paired with the last workout and will leave you feeling worked head to toes in just 20 minutes.
Have you wanted to start adding swings to your workouts, but lack a full line up of kettlebells? Well you’re in luck. Dumbbells can be used for swings too. You just need to know how to handle them to make it work well. Continue on for a quick Strong Made SImple personal training tutorial on how to swing a dumbbell like a kettlebell.
This quick kettlebell workout is a guest post from Rudy Thomas, former Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at UCSD and current Head Coach at Fitwall. All you need is a kettlebell and a good effort!
A great workout to build lower body and core strength as well as mobility through the hips and upper torso. This workout easily be done in 10 minutes.
No one has the time to take care of their own health, to be fitter, to build their self up. You may even tell yourself that. And believe it too. But the challenges you face now due to time constraints are only going to compound over time as they begin to physically limit your ability to move and enjoy life. This is the first part of a series to help you make strength, mobility, and fitness a part of your life right now.
The workout is a simple ladder format with three exercises, meaning that the repetitions climb to a certain point and then descend back down. This is to be done with little to no rest.