Today I want to take you through a workout from my “Kettlebell Body Revival” program.
This is a full 28 day workout plan that is included free when you pick up a Lifetime Kettlebell Fitness.
While this program is designed specifically with the 40’s, 50’s and beyond crowd in mind… I will tell you right up front, it is NOT just an “easier” version of our regular kettlebell workout plans.
We just look more closely at the big picture in terms of programming, take into account things like volume, intensity, and frequency (I’ll link up the article I posted yesterday where I covered each of those points in more detail, below), and more.
Check it out:
“KB Body Revival” – week 1, day 2 workout
This workout starts with kettlebell presses. You’ll do five reps on the right, and five reps on the left … rest as needed, and continue on to do four sets of five total on each side.
*video exercise demos linked in full program
*recommended KB weights included in full program
Do three rounds of the following circuit, moving quickly but resting as needed:
— walking lunge with kettlebell at side (complete all reps on one side before switching to other side) – 10 per leg
— hanging leg raises – 10
— 12 push ups
(beginner) One hand kettlebell swing
(advanced) kettlebell snatch
Do 50 reps as fast as possible, using any combination of reps on either side. Prioritze perfect form! Time yourself, and see if you can get slightly faster every workout.
Again – my 28-day Kettlebell Body Revival course is a program you get FREE when you pick up a copy of Lifetime Kettlebell Fitness.
And the cool thing is, you get the amount of strength you need, AND total-body conditioning… so that you can do workouts like this three or four times per week, and get a complete fitness solution.
So, if you’re looking to:
— Improve the ability to do what you love
— Eliminate the pain of getting older
— Feel up to 20 years younger
— Gain strength
— Prevent injury
— Build functional fitness at ANY age
Check out my Lifetime Kettlebell Fitness program today at the link below:
And here’s to your continued success!
PS – Here’s the link to the article I posted yesterday in case you missed it: