We found a great way for beginners to get started with a full body kettlebell workout. These time saving tips from Fitness Republic are a great way to get a full-body workout in less time than a traditional weight lifting routine. After reading a number of blog posts and watching Youtube videos from trainers, the 16kg kettlebell is the most recommended weight for men. You can get a set of kettlebells at home, so you can still work out, even if you don’t have time to make it to the gym. Try these kettlebell exercises to save time. See Kettlebells from Fitness Republic
Choosing the Best Kettlebell Weight
8kg Kettle bell: Designed for athletes looking to gain muscles and use balance and leverage to progress their workout.
10kg Kettle bell: An absolute cardio stimulator. Popular for Russian Kettlebell Swings and Single-Arm Kettlebell Swings.
12kg Kettle bell: Tone a wide variety of muscles including the biceps, triceps, deltoids, trapezius, quads, calves, hamstrings and core abdominals.
16kg Kettle bell: (Recommended weight for men): A great weight for full-body routines. Reinforce every muscle from head-to-toe, high amount of cardio benefits, improve core forte, increase efficiency, unify body and build endurance.
18kg Kettle bell: Used to improve your cardio, anabolic workout, burning body fat and your strength.
Full Body Kettlebell Workout
Front Squat With Two Kettlebells
Squats are an incredibly important part of any exercise routine. This version of the squat can be done with nothing but two kettlebells. You should still have a partner when you work out though, to spot you in case you need help. - See more tips from Fitness Republic
Two Arm Kettlebell Clean
The kettlebell clean is not only an important building block for a variety of other kettlebell exercises, it can also be a great exercise in itself. - See more tips from Fitness Republic
Alternating Floor Press
This exercise can take the place of the standard bench press exercise. You can do it on a workout bench or on the floor. It will help you develop strength and size in your chest muscles. Plus, the balance required will work your deltoid muscles. - See more tips from Fitness Republic
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