Got a bodyweight-kettlebell swing complex for you to try today.
Three to four workouts like this over the next 28 days will have you saying, “dude, where’s my gut!?!” by the end.
This is from my new 28-day kettlebell complex Challenge program.
Check it out:
“Dude, where’s my gut?” Bodyweight-KB Swing Complex
– two hand KB swing – 12
– alternating reverse lunges – 6 per leg
– one hand KB swing – 6 per side
– push ups – 12
– hand-to-hand KB swing – 6 per side
– bodyweight squat – 12
– KB swing – 12
rest 60 seconds
repeat for 3 rounds total
Cool thing about this one is that you can do it any time, any place, with just a kettlebell or two, in about 20 minutes.
It works your whole body, and with three or four workouts like this per week, you get all the strength AND all the cardiovascular training you need for great strength and health (I’ve linked the “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans” study below).
And this is the exact approach we take in the new 28-day kettlebell complex Challenge.
Here’s how it works:
1 – You sign up for the Challenge. Right away, you get my KB Basics Quick Start Guide and the rest of the free bonuses, so that you can start reviewing the materials, working on your kettlebell form, getting everything you need ready to go, and be ready to start the program next week.
2 – On Sunday mornings, we send out the workouts for the coming week. It spelled out in detail exactly what you need to do. We have the workouts in both written form, as well as links to videos showing you how to do all of the exercises.
3 – We have a special private group set up for Challengers only. Every time you complete a workout, you post in the group. This helps you stay on track, and it also helps us to be able to help you stay on track. This accountability is something that at-home, do-it-yourself programs typically lack.
4 – You get killer results and reach all of your health, strength, and fitness goals!
If you have questions of any kind, just reply back to this email and let me know. Then you can sign up for the Challenge at the link below:
To your success –
– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Kettlebell Instructor
PS – Here is the article on “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans” – proof that you can get everything you need from three to four, 20 to 30 minute KB workouts per week:
PPS – I highly recommend that if you want to do this, that you sign up ASAP. You want to get everything ready to go – your kettlebells, your schedule for when you are going to work out, etc – so that you can hit the ground running on Monday morning. Sign up for the 28-day kettlebell complex Challenge here.