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Full-Body Kettlebell Workout: Get Fit and Have Fun

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Most gyms these days have kettlebells on hand and more and more people have them in their homes, garages, or offices. They are amazingly convenient, are straight-forward to use, and can give you a fantastic full-body workout. Watch the video and follow along for a round to give this workout a try.

The Full-Body Kettlebell Workout

3 rounds:

  1. 20 Two-Hand Kettlebell Swings
  2. 5 Clean and Press per Side (10 total)
  3. 20 Russian Twists per Side (40 total)
  4. 18 Alternating Kettlebell Swings
  5. 5 Goblet Squats
  6. 20-count Plank
  7. 20 Two-Hand Kettlebell Swings

After the first round, take a break until your breathing settles back down. If you’re going heavier, take a longer rest. Repeat the entire sequence two more times for a total of three rounds. Don’t feel pressure to go faster – just do consistent good work and you’ll see the benefits over time.

Note: If you are unfamiliar with any of these movements, click on the exercise name to see a demonstration. Remember that excellent form is more important than speed or weight. If you are unsure about anything, seek out a qualified kettlebell instructor in your area.

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Delaine was an early adopter of the new wave of kettlebell training, earning her Russian Kettlebell Certification in 2006. Summer 2007 was Delaine's first season as a fitness competitor and she placed fourth overall in the Fitness America - Southern California show. In 2009, she came in second in the Southeast's Fitness America - Dixie competition.

In March 2010, Delaine was promoted to RKC Team Leader by Chief Instructor Pavel Tsatsouline. When Pavel created his own company, Strong First, she accepted a Senior Instructor position. In 2007, Delaine opened Condition Kettlebell Gym in Atlanta, Georgia, and after successfully running it for eight years refocused her attention to coaching trainers how to properly teach kettlebells to their own students to ensure both safety and maximum benefit.