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!
In some of the past posts we pointed out places in San Diego you could take your workout outside the gym with stair sprints. Keeping with the theme of getting you out outdoors more, I’ve put together a compilation of San Diego parks where outdoor exercise equipment is available. Outdoor exercise equipment is like a playground for adults and it enables exercisers to get some fresh air and build strength with a greater variety of bodyweight exercises, gymnastics, and calisthenics.
Bodyweight conditioning proponents will always espouse the benefits of relative strength and muscular control, which is damn impressive. I love the circus as much as anybody. But what bodyweight exercises will improve your strength and help put bigger numbers on your barbell lifts? These lifts don't require a lot of time or specialized skills to learn but do just that when you don't have a barbell.