Both single and double kettlebell workouts offer a variety of benefits, but which one is better? Here are a few questions to consider before deciding which is best for you.
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While the Kettlebell Swing exercise is one of the most popular kettlebell drills, it is also one of the easiest to make mistakes with. With all the kettlebell articles out there, there is one point that doesn’t seem to be making headlines, and that is the mistake you might be making.
Grab a single, heavy kettlebell and get to work. Make sure it’s heavy enough to be challenging with each set (don’t wimp out and use something easy). Rest 30-45 seconds between rounds and sets.
Walk into the new year strong with this travel workout! Get ready to carry a lot of weight in this workout. Rest 30 seconds between each exercise and round.
No kettlebell needed for this one, so it’ll be easy (yeah right)! Warm up with burpees, then do the real work with a non-stop 6 exercise circuit. No rest between exercises on the circuit; rest 60 seconds between rounds.