First off I’m a huge admirer of Eric Leija. I’m not sure if he is the originator of kettlebell flows, but it was this workout that introduced me to them. It’s a workout that I still do regularly to this day and has me feeling satisfied but exhausted at the end. Accumulating nearly 500K followers on Instagram, he’s established himself as one of the premier trainers among the kettlebell community. So when I was browsing my newsfeed and came across the video below, I thought it deserved more notice than the one sentence article on the FOX 7 website.
If you’re like me and want to lose weight quickly by working out with kettlebells, you need to check out the video in this post. The kettlebell exercises featured aren’t overly complex but they will challenge you! It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or experienced kettlebell user, this workout by Chandler Marchman is great for all fitness levels.
Using a kettlebell instead of a dumbbell or any other piece of equipment can have more positive effects than one might think. As it seems like an extension of your hand, the very shape of the bell with a handle provides more flexibility in your motion, which therefore makes it more natural and healthy. In addition, better flexibility enables you to include your entire body in the workout.
When my old pair of kettlebell gloves finally started to wear down, I decided to try a new brand out. I was pretty happy with the performance of my previous gloves until the grip started to worsen. Still, I wanted to try something different that had more breathability and offered an even better grip for kettlebells. After a week of kettlebell workouts with these new gloves, I believe I’ve found the BEST workout gloves around.
The author of this workout, Anna Junghans, intended it to be for females. However, like most kettlebell workouts, anyone can benefit from it! It’s simplistic by design which makes it great for beginners. However, still effective enough for kettlebell veterans who want to work on their balance and dexterity.
In a bit of irony, if you search for kettlebell lower back pain, the results are not that favorable for using the kettlebell. There is a lot of discussion on back pain caused by kettlebell exercises due to improper technique. It’s unfair really, as such pain comes from mistakes made and not from the nature of the exercises. However, when doing these exercises correctly, it can actually help alleviate lower back pain and strengthen the back in general.
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