Extreme KB Conditioning – Sample Workout

by admin on March 2, 2018

The Extreme Kettlebell Conditioning – 28 Day Challenge kicks off this coming Monday, March 5th.

If you’ve ever wanted to take your KB training and fitness to the next level, then you’re going to love this:

Extreme Kettlebell Conditioning – 28 Day Challenge (24 spots left)

Here is a sample workout from the program:

Extreme KB Conditioning – Sample Workout

WARM UP – do as many reps as you can of each exercise for 30 seconds; no rest; 2 rounds total:

- KB goblet squats
- stick ups
- plank hold
- high knees in place

SUPERSET A – alternate back and forth between the two exercises below; rest as needed, but as little as possible; do 4 rounds total:

- 10 KB squat cleans
- 100 jump rope skips

SUPERSET B – alternate back and forth between the two exercises below; rest as needed, but as little as possible; do 4 rounds total:

- 10 tactical lunges
- 10 burpees

FINISHER – do as many reps as you can / continuous work on of each exercise for 30 seconds; no rest; 3 rounds total:

- single KB rack carry (R) – 30 seconds
- single KB rack carry (L) – 30 seconds
- bear crawl
- shuttle sprint (10 yds back + forth)

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Keep in mind – with the The Extreme Kettlebell Conditioning – 28 Day Challenge, we give you much more detail.

This workout fits into an overall scheme, and we are working collectively towards a specific goal at the end of 28 days.

I give you videos for each exercise so that you know how to do it properly.

I list out recommended weights for each move for both women and men.

I even give you specific feedback and coaching tips based on questions you have and what the group seems to need the most help on.

BUT – this gives you an idea :)

And if you want to shed fat and gain lean muscle and get into incredible condition, join us for the 28 Day Challenge. Registration is only open for the next couple of days, you’ll be kicking yourself if you miss out:

Extreme Kettlebell Conditioning – 28 Day Challenge (24 spots left)

Have an awesome day -

- Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Personal Trainer
ForestVance.com

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