Dumbbell / Kettlebell Power Lab
These dumbbell / kettlebell exercises will really challenge your cardio exertion and your strength in each circuit, targeting both the upper and lower body.
- Water & Towel Nearby
- Heavy Weights
- 4' by 6' Space
Video features 8-15lb. dumbbells, but choose a weight appropriate for your condition. Form is most important!from the instructor:
If you need to drop the bells by your side you can, but try to make progress with each workout.
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- Pay attention to Andy's stretching movements, especially when he demonstrates the kettlebell (or dumbbell) form of hip-hinge motion. That will ensure you're properly using the kettlebells (or dumbbells) once the challenges begin.
- As you get stronger, you can try heavier weights to keep the workout challenging.
- During the "complex" movements where you don't put the kettlebells down, it is more important to perfect your form before speed.
- This is not just a strength training workout, you're definitely going to sweat thanks to Andy's quick pace.
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