Kettlebell Circuit Training

Here’s a tough kettlebell and sandbag circuit which is great for conditioning as well as hitting some cardio, full body exercise and some functional strength training. You will need a sandbag and a kettlebell for this one.

80 metre sandag carry

15 kettlebell swings

12 push ups

9 burpees

Repeat for AMRAP (as many rounds as possible) for 30 minutes.

Really simple exercises but these should be the cornerstone of any good conditioning program. Keep it simple, train hard, train consistently and eat accordingly and you WILL see results!

So often these days people spend so much time looking from one site to the next, we live in a time when we have access to so much information it is easy to get caught in the trap of spending more time googling workouts than the time we spend training them!

When I first started training in fitness, strength and conditioning we were pre- internet so if you wanted to learn the best way was to go to college (this is still the best way). Too many guys train something for a week, then move to the next thing they read on some forum and then the next and the next.

Just pick something that works and stick it out or even better, speak to a professional who has taken the time to sift through the shit and done their research and they can guide you to the best resource that is right for you.

Train hard, train often, train consistently, eat accordingly. These are the most important things to consider. Oh and have fun!

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