Just got kettle bell set for Christmas!

by Vanessa
(NYC)

Hi:


Just got a kettle bell set for Christmas and I am looking to get some cool workout dvd's or find some routines to follow online. I love cardio so am looking for a routine that incorporates kettle bells and cardio combined. Please share!!!

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Oct 07, 2015
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Kettlebell Interval Training
by: Pat

What a thoughtful gift, I'm assuming that getting a kettlebell set for Christmas means you already enjoy working out. What you will quickly learn with kettlebell training is how easily it will fit into your regular cardio exercise plan.

It will not take the place of your regular cardio workouts, but it does involve elements of cardio and strength training together. A kettlebell workout involves dynamic movements that activate most muscles through the entire body to add extra power, better balance skills, and improved conditioning. I would recommend that you look at our Interval Training with Kettlebells Plan. Best of luck to you!!!

https://www.ourfitnesshouse.com/interval-training-with-kettlebells.html

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