10 Minute Total Body Workout

If you’re like most folks, time is a major factor when it comes to workout frequency and consistency.

One thing I always tell my training clients … and that I subscribe to myself … is that something is ALWAYS better than nothing. Just because you can’t get in a full- blown 45-60 minute training session, doesn’t mean you can’t workout at all. You can get a lot out of a quick 10-15 minute circuit workout, if you know how to set it up.

Today we have a kettlebell and body weight – based workouts workout for the next time you’re in this exact situation … it’ll hit every major muscle group in your body, gets you some strength and conditioning work at the same time, and can be completed in about ten minutes start to finish.

Let’s get right to it –

10 Minute Total Body KB/BW Workout

(make sure that you do a quick and simple warm up first – something like two rounds, 30 seconds each of high knees in place, inchworms, and walking lunges)

THEN, go right into:

— 7 burpees
— 25 KB swings
— rest ~ 30 seconds, repeat for a total of three sets each

Watch the video below to see how to do the exercises:

So – no excuses for missing a workout. Something is ALWAYS better than nothing … and I KNOW you have an extra 10 or 12 minutes that you can set aside each day for a workout like the one in today’s article.

Also, don’t forget – I put together a brand new program, called “10 Minute Total Body Workouts” – and you can actually get it free this week.

It covers in detail a total of seven different kettlebell and body weight – based workouts like the one in today’s article you can do in 10 minutes or less.

All you have to do is get Body Weight Finishers 2.0 through the FVT Newsletter (details on that program HERE), email us at fvtraininfo (at) gmail.com with your receipt, and we’ll send you a free copy of my 10 Minute Total Body Workouts.

Okay, that’s it for now. Train hard, and talk soon –


Exposure Chaos Finisher – Double Kettlebell Complex (video)

Whoa. I cranked this double KB complex at the end of my workout yesterday and was CRUSHED. Holy crap.  One of the toughest finishers I have done in a long time.

If you want to try this one yourself, FIRST please make sure you have your form dialed in on all the exercises.  And also be sure to use a weight that you can handle with perfect form.

Okay, it goes like this:

– 2 double KB snatches
– 4 double KB push press
– 6 double KB front squats
– 8 double KB swings

As many rounds as possible in 12 mins.

I did this “as prescribed” (workout is from UBA 2.0) with double 50’s (actually used double 24k/53# ’cause I don’t have 50 pound KB’s).

This complex would be best done at the END of your regular strength-based session (that’s what I did).

Check out the video below:


Exposure Chaos Finisher – Double Kettlebell Complex (video)


For more workouts like this one, check out the NEW Unbreakable Baddass Blueprint 2.0 here:

=> Get more double kettlebell complex workouts like this one here


Thanks, train hard, and talk soon –



PS – When you get Travis’ NEW 2.0 UBB through the FVT Newsletter, you’ll also get my bonus “No Gym? No Excuse! Bodyweight Training Manual”, a program of my own that shows you:

– The best, most effective way to warm up for your body weight sessions
– Body weight exercises and workouts to take your conditioning levels through the roof
– Workouts when you’re on the road or stuck anywhere without equipment, like
the ‘100 burpee challenge’, my ‘no-equipment needed leg routine’, a stupid-simple ‘push up drop set’, and much more …

Just get UBB 2.0 here, forward your receipt to us at fvtraininfo AT gmail.com with the subject line “UBB 2.0 Bonus”, and we’ll send you the bonus.