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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-08-2016, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
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Swinging kettle bells

Anyone doing swinging kettle balls?
I have done it on/off in the past. Getting back into it. Amazing how a simple motion of swinging the kettle bell works so much of your body.
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Re: Swinging kettle bells

I do kettle bell swings to warm up somedays or when I'm not motivated enough to squat.
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Re: Swinging kettle bells

I was doing a kettle bell ab workout last winter. It only took about 10 minutes to complete but it left me whipped.

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Pfffft, kettle bells. I prefer my wife's cats when I need any kind of swinging work.

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Re: Swinging kettle bells

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I was doing a kettle bell ab workout last winter. It only took about 10 minutes to complete but it left me whipped.
Yeah, I do reps of 15. Put a rep in, go do something for around the house for 5-10 min, back do another rep or two, back to another chore. Easy to work in schedule, don't need much to accomplish like I do to go for a bike ride.
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Sorry, couldn't resist anymore.


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Re: Swinging kettle bells

I took a class last winter for 3 months then decided to buy a few and do the routines on my own. That slowly slipped away over the summer but I plan on getting back in to it. There are some good workouts on you tube to follow along with.I loved it when I did it though, it really kicks your butt.
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