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Kettlebell workouts

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Does anybody workout with kettle balls for golf. I have found these to be very helpful in flexibility, straight and endurance. If I may suggest a workout I found on the net. Google Kettle ball workout from hell. It is a great work out. Any opinions or thoughts on kettle balls lets hear them. The plus is the fact the workouts are easy on the joints and at my age 57 I don't need anymore soreness than I naturally have.


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The workout I mentioned above is found under Kettle Ball 7 minutes of hell Try it a quick 7 minute workout that will get your attention


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I use them for glute and leg work.....im a bit worried I need to go above 20kg now though as my gym dosen't have one!

MyTPI have some excellent lessons for the bells.


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Great workout, I use a 24kg for my workout, from a strength workout they are okay but for HITT training they are my favorite. I just set a timer for 45 seconds of work and 15 seconds rest. Here are a couple sample workouts:

1.     Swings

2.     L Snatch

3.     R Snatch

4.     Alternating swings

5.     L Clean and Press

6.     R Clean and Press

7.     Swings

8.     Figure 8

9.     Alternating Swings

10.           R Thrusters

11.           L Thrusters

12.           One leg deadlift

13.           One leg deadlift

14.           Side Lunges

15.           R High Pulls

16.           R High Pulls

17.           Swings

18.           Russian Twist

19.           Ribbons

20.           Crush Curls

1. Swings

2. L Snatch

3. R Snatch

4. L Clean and Press

5. R Clean and Press

6. Slingshot

7. R Side Press

8. L Side Press

9. R Windmill

10. L Windmill

11. Pull-ups/Rows

12. Halo

13. One leg deadlift

14. One leg deadlift

15. Bench Lunges

16. Side Lunges

17. Russian Twist

18. Figure 8

19. Crush Curls

20. Ribbions


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Yes it is a great workout. I'm a woman but it does help my arms to tighten.


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My workout is

The Art of Strength - Providence


Kettlebell Workout

At 57, I strongly suggest a heart rate monitor. I use one. I didn't realize how weight lifting zoomed the heart rate through the roof, and especially with kettle bells - where it is simultaneously aerobic and anaerobic.


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IF you want to read up on some quick, different and extremely effective KB workouts, take a look at Geoff Neupert.  He has a site, blog, etc www.chasingstrength.com is one.  His double kb training is really good.  You can't find one that is longer than 15 min, and you won't need it to be.


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