20 Minute Kettlebell Workout from London

by admin on September 25, 2016

I am in a SERIOUS busy stretch for a few weeks!

Last weekend we had a meeting in Sacramento with our Renegade Fitness Entrepreneurs group …

This weekend I am in London for a business event as an attendee …

And two weekends from now I will be in San Fran, speaking at the NorCal fitness summit.

VERY fun though, and so great learning and connecting … and just showing up and making it happen!

With the hectic schedule, it’s almost unavoidable to end up eating out a lot of the time. I am doing my best to stay on track – but it is a constant challenge.

That’s why I am also being sure to keep up with the workout schedule, no matter WHAT.

And since the circumstances call for workouts that are short, efficient, and require little (or no) equipment – having the Kettlebell / Bodyweight Workouts Mega Bundle workouts to pull from is KEY.

Here is the workout I did this morning (there is a little gym around the corner from where we are staying and they had a couple of KBs there, which was awesome!)

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Kettlebell / Bodyweight Beat Down – Workout B

1 – Set your timer for one minute intervals. On the minute, every minute, you’ll do 5 KB presses right, 5 KB presses left … your rest is the amount of time that’s left on the clock between when you finish the set and the next minute interval starts. Do this for 5 minutes, for a total of 5 sets of 5 reps on each side of kettlebell presses.

2 – Next, we have a couple kettlebell complex – do three rounds total, resting about 60 seconds between rounds (if you only have one KB, just do the total number of reps on one side, then repeat on the other side, for a total of three rounds on each side) … do NOT set the kettlebell down until you’ve completed the entire sequence:

– snatch – 4
– front squat – 4
– swing – 8
– lunge – 4

3 – Finish by doing as many reps as you can of each exercise in 30 seconds; take as little rest as you can between moves and about 30 seconds of rest between rounds; do three rounds total:

– high knees
– hindu push ups
– lateral hops
– inverted rows
– lunges

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No matter what you have going in your life or how busy your schedule gets, you can always keep the training going, so that you can stay in shape and keep progressing towards your fitness goals.

Workouts like the one I shared with you today are perfect.

But just one is probably not enough.

So if you current routine is getting boring …

If you are a trainer and you are looking for new and fresh ideas for your clients …

If you just would like to have all of your workouts pre-programmed for you for the next year, and not have to think about it …

Then you should also check out the 75% off sale we have going on the Ketlebell / Bodyweight Workouts Mega-Bundle this weekend:

http://bit.ly/2cUiFLG

Rock on, and thanks for reading! -

– Forest Vance
Certified Kettlebell Instructor
Master of Science, Human Movement
ForestVance.com

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