5. Bonus – Extreme Kettlebell Cardio Conditioning
21 fat burning kettlebell cardio workouts that look simple on paper but will get the blood flowing and heart pumping. At first glance, you might think, that’s all? However, as you progress through each workout you’ll understand the endurance required to complete the suggested amount of sets. It will redefine the way you think of cardio.
Forest does an excellent job of comparing the traditional, slow and long cardio routines to that of his kettlebell interval cardio. For example, using a stationary bike for 45 minutes or so is extremely boring. It’s hard to stay focused and motivated when doing such tedious cardio exercises. Interval cardio, on the other hand, offers better results in a shorter amount of time. It’s all explained in this manual.
There’s an image in this guide that sums it up perfectly. Two runners, pictured side-by-side. On the left is a frail and thin-looking man who appears exhausted. On the right, a muscular man who is laser-focused and doesn’t even break a sweat. Can you guess which one utilizes high-intensity interval-based cardio while the other has trained through low-intensity/long-enduring cardio? No surprise, the muscular man benefitted greatly from the interval cardio training. There’s no trickery or deception, just facts. What’s more shocking is how unknown the effectiveness of kettlebell exercises still is!