February 18, 2018 1 min read

Looking to build muscle and burn fat fast? Grab your kettlebell and find 20 minutes in your day to fit in this super simple 5 move workout. We have included the video below to help you learn the techniques if you are a beginner with the kettlebell. These moves are all staples in any kettlebell workout. Need a kettlebell? Check out our full range HERE.

THE WARM UP:

BEFORE LIFTING, ENSURE THAT YOUR MUSCLES AND JOINTS ARE WARMED UP BY SPENDING ONE MINUTE DOING EACH OF THE FOLLOWING; JUMPING JACKS, HIGH KNEES, BURPEES.

THE WORKOUT:

1. 10 TRICEP PUSH
2. 10 SIDE LUNGES
3. 10 PLANK ROWS, ALTERNATE SIDES
4. 10 ROMANIAN DEADLIFTS (GO HEAVIER IF YOU HAVE ONE)
5. 10 CLEAN AND PRESS

REST 1 MINUTE, THEN REPEAT. DO THIS 3 TIMES, OR 4 IF YOU ARE FEELING STRONG!!!

HOW TO:

TRICEP PUSH

SIDE LUNGE

PLANK ROW

ROMANIAN DEADLIFT

CLEAN AND PRESS



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