3 Kettlebell Workouts I Love To Hate

I'm not sure how often the average kettlebell enthusiast works out during the week. Myself, I like to do 5 days in a row (Monday - Friday) for 20 minutes each day. In order to sustain that frequency, it's important that I leave a little bit in the tank as they say. However, once or twice a month, I make it a point to go all out and torture myself with a grueling workout. Why? Sometimes it is out of guilt, especially if I've had a poor day of dieting prior to that workout. Other times, it's just because I want to test my limits and gauge how much my body can handle.

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Ultra Rapid Pace Kettlebell Combo for Cardio and Flexibility

The great thing about Instagram is that there's always someone new to discover no matter what your interests are. For instance, Coach Sarah is followed by a few of my favorite kettlebell Instagram accounts. However, I just happened to come across one of her latest posts in one of my hashtag feeds. In the video for that post, her combination of speed, agility, and grace is simply amazing. Definitely deserving of a break-down!

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Improve Stability and Balance With This Kettlebell Combo

Now that I've lost a considerable amount of weight, my fitness goals have started to shift. I've been focusing on building strength and muscle, however, there are several other areas that need improvement as well. Flexibility, range of motion, and of course stability and balance. I consider these to be finesse attributes that often get overlooked. Although, the two exercises I'll be discussing will also help to build strength. Specifically in the legs.

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Jillian Michaels Shares a Body Toning Kettlebell Workout

Anyone who follows Jillian on Instagram probably knows how she loves to use kettlebells as an anchor point. This time she mixes up both competition kettlebells with lighter traditional-styled ones. It's not a strenuous workout by any means, but it will keep you on your toes for sure! That's the beauty of kettlebells, you can target so many areas of fitness. It doesn't have to be just about strength and power.

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Stregthen Your Core Muscles With This Quick Kettlebell Flow

There are a variety of different exercises that can be done to strengthen your core muscles. Those muscles, the ones that are located around your pelvis, are important for balance and stability. A floor exercise like the bridge is an example of one such core exercise that can be integrated into a workout or used as a warm-up. However, when it comes to working out multiple muscles at the same time, no other piece of gym equipment does more in less time than the kettlebell. Especially when using them in flows.

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Full Body Kettlebell Workout to Improve Speed and Mobility

Out of all the kettlebell workouts I've seen, this one is perhaps the fastest in regards to execution and movements. Instagram user Jason Figorski (@figsfit) is a kettlebell specialist who creates some truly unique workouts. Many of his videos incorporate kettlebell flows with lightning-quick reflexes. Indeed, the below video is a great example of his speed and technique.

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Kettlebell Swing + Curtsy Lunge Combo for Boosting Leg Strength

Recently, Instagram user paradigmofperfection posted a video of herself incorporating the kettlebell swing with alternating curtsy lunges. These are different than reverse lunges and require more concentration and balance to execute. As you'll see, a total of six lunges are performed. Then she continues on to only perform double-handed kettlebell swings.

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