Over this past weekend, I was writing up some kettlebell conditioning workouts for a new program I have in the works. I’m a big believer in actually doing the workouts I put folks through myself first 🙂 – and I was due for a cardio/conditioning session – so I ran through one of ’em.
It was a 30 minute, high intensity, single kettlebell/body weight workout. I even surprised myself with this one – I was smoked! And the timed set break down during the session provided a unique challenge.
Next step was to work it into the rotation at the FVT boot camp … we actually did the workout at the early morning class today, and all the campers loved it too. So I thought I’d break it down for you here to try at home. Please enjoy –
(BTW, today’s post is particularly relevant because:
2) We have our entire stock of kettlebells on a 20% discount through the end of May – so if you’ve been thinking about picking one up, you’ll have a workout you can do with it at home right away!)
Kettlebell/Body Weight Conditioning Workout
Set your timer to go off every 60 seconds. Start each exercise on every 60 second interval; your rest period is the time between completion of your set and the next 60 second interval. Repeat entire exercise sequence three times.
- plank – :40 hold
- TGU – 1 each side
- one hand swing – 10 each side
- push up – 15
- squat – 20
- wall slide – 10
- lunge – 10
- kb press – 8 each side
- kb row – 8 each side
- burpee – 10
Enjoy this kettlebell and body weight interval workout and talk soon –
PS – If you’re looking for more instruction on how to do any of the exercises in this workout, head over to my kettlebell basics blog and do a quick search by clicking here: Kettlebell Routines, Exercises, Videos & More