One of the key things in PHA (peripheral heart action) training is that it focuses on alternating upper and lower body exercises with minimal to no rest between moves. This forces blood to quickly circulate through the body, increasing caloric expendature, and is also theorized to decrease body fat and increase lean muscle mass.
Just so happens, kettlebells are the perfect tool for the job!
Check out this sample KB-PHA Complex Workout from our upcoming 28-day Challenge, then go sign up here -> https://forestvance.lpages.co/28-day-kb-pha-challenge-v3/
KB-PHA Complex Workout
Get as many rounds as you can of the circuit below in 15 (beginner) to 20 (advanced) minutes:
— 8 Double KB Rack Squats (if only one KB, do single KB rack squats and do 4 per side)
— 6 KB Renegade Rows per side (if only one KB, elevate hand on box / bench / etc… also be sure to include a push up after each row rep!)
— 8 KB Goblet Lunges per side
— 8 Burpees
Try this sample KB-PHA Complex Workout from our upcoming 28-day Challenge, then go sign up here -> https://forestvance.lpages.co/28-day-kb-pha-challenge-v3/
-Forest and the FVT Team