Kettle Bell Workout for Beginners
We found the perfect Kettle Bell bell for beginners at Target this past week. This is perfect for the beginner who is just looking to test out the waters in Kettle Bell, but doesn’t want to invest a lot of money just yet.
Investing in Kettle Bell’s for your home can sometimes be expensive, and attending classes weekly burns an even bigger hole in your wallet. This Kettle Bell we found at Target is a 3 in 1 Kettle Bell, it’s affordable and is perfect for both beginners and advanced trainees. Want to see what we found…Check it out HERE. If you want to hear one of my favorite at home workouts for Beginners, keep reading!
Complete 3 rounds: 60 Seconds Work & 15 Seconds Rest
1. Aim Swings
2. Single Arm Row
3. Over the Head: Kettle Bell Swings
5. Over the Head: Kettle Bell Swings
6. Aim Swings
7. Wind Mills
Form is extremely important when working with Kettle Bell’s, be sure to read our tips below.
Tips for Training with Kettle bells
- Always start out with a lighter weight than what you think you should use. It’s better to start lighter and learn how to perform each exercise correctly. Choosing a weight that’s too heavy can lead to injury and pain in your lower back.
- Always keep your wrists in a strong neutral position, there should be no bend in them at all. Also, make sure not to grip too tightly. Your grip should be firm, but you shouldn’t white-knuckle the handle. A loose, but strong grip will allow the handle to slide properly during the exercises.
- Make sure to keep your shoulders relaxed and never swing with your arms. They should just be along for the ride during your swings. The movements should always come from your hips and your core.
- Always engage your abdominals. Your core will keep you balanced and protect your back.