Many times, one of the first workouts people ever do with their kettlebells is a circuit-style routine. This is actually a bad idea if you’re just getting started – you’ll get so much more out of simply focusing on perfect technique. It might not be sexy, but it’s true.
Now on the other hand, if you’ve been faithfully practicing your kettlebell moves, your technique is improving and you’re getting the basic exercises down pat …
Guess what? It’s about time to add the kettlebell circuit to your training arsenal. Here’s just a few of the benefits you can expect from incorporting kettlebell circuits into your routine:
* Burning fat without sacrificing muscle mass
* Improved conditioning
* Increased strength
* Increased athleticism
Another great thing about kettlebell circuits is that they are super efficient and usually can be completed in 20 minutes or less.
Here’s an example of a kettlebell circuit workout – it’s a video from my ‘kettlebell combo’ video series:
Don’t forget: Although it might not be that exciting, mastering the basics is essential before you start doing kettlebell circuits. You’ll get a better workout, prevent injury and enjoy your kettlebell training experience a lot more.
Kettlebell circuits are an awesome way to burn fat, improve your conditioning, increase strength, and increase athleticism. Start incorporating them into your routine today!!
If you haven’t mastered the basics of kettlebell training, the KettlebellBasics.net Quick Start Guide is a great place to start. I’ve recently added a video series to the package, and the price is going up next week, so now’s the time to grab a copy if you haven’t already at a great price!!