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4 Kettlebell Training Rules To 6-Pack Abs

By: Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS For years fitness “experts” have been preaching the merits of endless crunches and sit ups in pursuit of great abs. Combine that with the latest low fat diet and the tedious, slow boring cardio and – voila! Instant 6-Pack

Kettlebell Figure 8 Abs Exercise

The Kettlebell Figure 8 is one of the many unique abdominal movements you can perform with a Kettlebell. However, I personally believe that almost all Kettlebell movements work your core region. Here’s how to perform the Kettlebell Figure 8 exercise: Stand with your feet slightly

5 Best Lower Body Kettlebell Exercises You Can Do Anywhere

By: Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS In this workout you will learn the 5 most powerful lower body kettlebell exercises you can do to gain muscle and burn fat.  But, perhaps more importantly, is with these exercises you will begin to realize the flexibility kettlebell

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4 Steps to Get Started with Kettlebells

Kettlebell training is all the rage these days. However, Kettlebell training is not like most fads. In fact, it’s not a fad at all. It’s more of a revival. You see, Kettlebell training started out many years ago in Russia. It’s actually one of the

Can Kettlebell Swings Injure You?

The Kettlebell Swing is a basic Kettlebell training exercise which trains the hamstrings, lower back, and hips. It is the prerequisite for all other Kettlebell movements, and hence is one of the safest Kettlebell movements out there. However, just like any other movement out there,

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The Kettlebell Body

When you think of Bodybuilders, you think of big, bulky athletes with low body fats. When you think of basketball players, you think of tall and lean athletes with functional muscles. But what about Kettlebell athletes? Many people wonder what a traditional “kettlebell body” looks

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Kettlebell Circuit Workout for the Average Joe

For the average joe who just wants to get a great workout in the comfort of his own home (or backyard), the best approach is basic bodyweight movements and Kettlebells. The following basic Kettlebell Circuit Workout combines bodyweight exercises and Kettlebell movements to give you