Kettlebell Workouts

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Exercising with a kettlebell is a great way to burn off the calories and to work just about every area of the body as well. These weighted items are going to work smaller muscles a traditional weight simply does not do. There are also all sorts of different workouts available to you, so you need to check out these different workout options to see what works for you.

Russian Kettlebell Swing

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This is a beginner move and one of the more common moves to perform. It also works the shoulders, back, legs, glutes and hips. To start with the move, you need to stand straight up and keep your feet slightly wider than hip-distance. Now, grab the handle in front of you and squat slightly as you swing the bell back in between your legs. Hold it there for a moment and swing the bell up in front of you until it is just higher than chest level. Return back to the starting motion after this and perform the same set around 12 to 15 reps.

Two Arm Kettlebell Row

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This is a great way to work most of the upper body, especially the back, arms and shoulders. This is also another beginner move, so if you are new to the workout routine it should go well for you. Grab two kettlebells for this and position yourself so your feet are close together, you are bending slightly over and your arms are perpendicular to the floor. Make sure to keep your back straight during this as well. Now, Pull the bells up to your chest until your arms are parallel with the floor and the kettlebells are at your chest. Hold for a second then return back to the starting position. Perform this 12 to 15 times per set. Make sure to squeeze your stomach muscles tight while performing this move as you can feel some tension in your upper abdominal muscles as well.

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