20-Minute Labor Day KB Workout

by admin on September 2, 2019

It’s Labor Day in the US.

According to DOL.gov:

“Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.”

If you have the day off, that means you probably have a little extra time to get in a workout.

The workout below is what we’re doing this morning at FVT …

20-Minute Labor Day KB Workout

Do as many reps as possible of each exercise in 40 seconds. Rest for 20 seconds between moves. Do 4 rounds total:

- KB squat-to-press (switch hands each round)
- hanging knees raises (beginner) or toes-to-bar (advanced)
- KB swings
- burpees
- recline rows (beginner) or pull ups (advanced)

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4 “Old School” Strength gifts (free)

I decided to get together a few of my fitness expert colleagues, and do a special event around Strength and Health.

We’ve all contributed programs and workout routines in the old school theme, and you can get them for a limited time, totally free.

But this is the last day of the event. Details and get the free gifts at the link below:

==>> 4 “Old School” Strength gifts (free)

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Kettlebell Workout for Men and Women 50+

When I ask men and women over 50 what their goals are, most of the time it really boils down to this: You want to improve and prolong the ability to do what you love.

Whatever those things are, you need strength, mobility, and a body that works for you, to make it happen.

And as it turns out, kettlebells are the perfect tool for the job.

The only drawback is, there are not a lot of kettlebell programs out there designed SPECIFICALLY for the 50+ crowd and their goals in mind.

That is, until now.

Check out my new Lifetime Kettlebell Fitness workout – it’s designed specifically for men and women 50+:

==>> Lifetime Kettlebell Fitness

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