The common stereotype among video game enthusiasts is that they are lazy and/or out of shape. Sure, they may have great reflexes that propel them to the top of their game. But how could they possibly stay fit while remaining idle? It’s really no different from someone who has a sedentary job. I’ve worked plenty of desk jobs were 95% of my time was spent sitting in a chair. The only way to stay in shape for me was to be diligent in exercising.
To say I’m impressed would be an understatement. Iya Villania, an Australian TV Personality, is getting a full-blown workout in during her pregnancy. I would expect some light stretching or even yoga to take exercising to the limit while pregnant. However, since doctors approve of these intense exercises, it’s a great way to keep in shape and stay healthy.
Not to be confused with kettlebell 2 hand push press, the double kettlebell push press requires 2 kettlebells in each hand. Of course, the kettlebells should be of the same weight for balance and dexterity purposes. It is a great way to get a full body workout with just this single exercise!
It really is as simple as walking around with a kettlebell. Don’t expect to get buff from doing that alone, but it is a great way to familiarize yourself with a kettlebell. Recently, I’ve been seeing a lot of videos for another simple exercise that involves walking with the kettlebell. It’s called the Bottoms Up.
Kirsty Duncan, minister of science and minister of sports in Canada, regularly uses Kettlebells during staff briefings. Basic exercises such as the kettlebell squat are commonplace during these meetings.
As thrilled as I am to learn that the army will be using kettlebells for training purposes, Major Montcalm does have a valid point. If the kettlebells are solely used to simulate carrying weight, that is a missed opportunity.
This kettlebell workout by Francheska Martinez and Gina Florio is as mesmerizing as it is intimidating. It certainly isn’t geared for newcomers to kettlebells.
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