Here’s a great strength and conditioning kettlebell circuit workout that will hit your whole body and will only be 18 minutes of hard work.
Coach Jason Salazar:
Hey guys, Jason here at The Arena. Got another workout for you today. Today, we’re going to do three six-minute rounds with a 60-second break in between rounds. You will need a kettlebell or a dumbbell for this one today. All right guys, so the idea of this one is to never put this bell down. I’m just going to flow through the whole thing for you real quick. I’m going to do 30 seconds of snatches on my right side, then I’ll do 30 seconds of snatches on my left side. Then I’m going to go straight in to clean and presses, 30 seconds on one side and we’ll do 30 seconds on the other side.
After the clean and presses, I’m going to do high pulls. Make sure you pull that arm back. High elbow, punch it back out. 30 seconds on one side and I’ll do 30 seconds on the other side. Then I’m going to go right into squats. So I’ll pick a side, rack that bell, and squat. 30 seconds to my right. We’ll pop it over, and I’ll do 30 seconds to my left.
It’s a good idea to switch sides because now we’re going to the lunges. If you haven’t guessed it, 30 seconds on one side, pop that bell over and we’ll do 30 seconds on the other side. Then we’ll finish it off with 30 seconds of one-arm swing, switch sides. Time. Now I have a one-minute break before I do two more rounds of that. Try not to put the bell down.