You feel like getting in shape and start toning your entire body? Kettlebells are some of the most effective piece of equipment you can use. Kettlebell exercises will make your muscles sting and your heart pumping fast, so swing that iron ball in every possible direction. What makes it better than a regular dumbbell is the distribution of the weight in a kettlebell. While a dumbbell has the weight evenly distributed on both sides, a kettlebell has all its weight at the center. And this is precisely why you’ll find it more challenging to lift than a dumbbell.
Best Kettlebell Moves
We have selected here 14 kettlebell moves that will work your entire body while torching some major calories and fat.
Beginners can choose 2-3 kettlebell moves and do about 15 reps for each. When done, rest for one minute and repeat the entire workout 2 more times. For the next day choose other exercises and repeat the process.
For intermediates and advanced, try performing all 14 kettlebell moves. Do about 15 reps for each exercise and rest 10-15 seconds in between exercises. When done, go through all exercises 2 more times. For best results, repeat this workout 3-4 times per week.
Here is a list of the best kettlebell moves for a toned and shredded body:
- One-Arm Swings
- Two-Arm Swings
- Overhead Swings
- Pass-Through Lunges
- Sumo Deadlift High Pulls
- Clean And Presses
- Goblet Squats
- Around The World
- Figure Eight Squat
- Renegade Rows
- Turkish Get-Ups
This kettlebell workout not only strengthens your muscles, but also improves your cardiovascular condition. By doing a few of these kettlebell moves you can create a full body routine.
As you become more comfortable with these kettlebell moves, you can further challenge your muscles by switching to a heavier kettlebell. In a couple of weeks you’ll be thrusting and swinging kettlebells like a pro.
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