This article will show you how to use a kettlebell and some basic exercises from your personal trainer Hannah Davis at Body by Hannah to achieve total-body toning.
Your buttocks, thighs, and abs will all get a good workout.
In this routine, the number of jump squats increases by five each round, while the number of kettlebell swings lowers by five.
Here’s how the instruction goes down:
- 30 Kettlebell Swings X 10 Jump Squats
- 25 Kettlebell Swings X 15 Jump Squats
- 20 Kettlebell Swings X 20 Jump Squats
- 15 Kettlebell Swings X 25 Jump Squats
- 10 Kettlebell Swings X30 Jump Squats
It’s important that you get enough rest.
Obviously, a kettlebell is required. To maximize the fat-burning effects of this kettlebell routine, it is essential to use a weight that is appropriate for your body.
Keeping your form in check, lift as much weight as you can. A kettlebell weighing between 5 and 8 kilograms is what I’d suggest. If you try one that is too light, you won’t be able to work on the swing’s essential explosive strength and hip extension.
First, stand with your legs slightly wider than the width of your hips, and then bend your knees slightly while holding the kettlebell in both hands between your legs.
The next step is to drive your hips forward until you are standing while leaning forward at the chest and swinging the kettlebell back between your legs.
Repeat this motion while keeping a tight grasp on the dumbbell and extending both arms in front of you at the same time.
Keep your hips pushed back and forth; squatting is for a different exercise.
Perform a total of 20 swings at least.
KETTLEBELL JUMP SQUAT
Put your feet together, bend your arms, and clasp your hands behind your head as a starting position.
To perform this move, you must first jump your feet out and then squat down while holding your arms in the same position.
Jump your feet back to the beginning position and then extend your legs to launch yourself forward again.
Perform 3 sets of 12 repetitions.