Kettlebell Abs Workout Tutorial Video

Kettlebell Fat Loss Workout, Full Body Kettlebell workout using 4 fat burning exercises guaranteed to help you Lose Weight Fast, work core, abs, and butt and legs while adding total body strength, coordination and endurance. Use as an effective w...
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Troy Anderson: Hi, Troy Anderson here from kettleballfatlosstraining.com. I am here to share with you a workout from one of my private clients today. This is a very sleek little workout. It does require multiple kettlebells. We actually do with double kettlebells but you can do with singles as I am going to show with you today. We use three different kettlebells; I am actually going to show you the exact line of machine you use. Choose an eight kilo or 18-pounder, a 12 kilo or 26-pounder, and then she moved up to the 16 kilo or 35 pounder. We just did four very, very simple, very sleek little drills. You can do this in lots of different ways, but it's basically a ladder up in weight and a ladder down repetitions. So it's kind of that inverse thing that we're talking about again. So, she did the most repetition, she did actually 20 repetitions with the smaller weight, ten repetitions with medium weight and five repetitions with the heavier weight. She tried to move through these as quickly as possible because she definitely kind of took her own timing and rest interval and we try to circuit through this whole sequence, which I'll tell you what it is in a second, twice, at least shoot for three times. So, some probably will think while three times is going to be a nice sleeker workout, it's a great full body workout, it's a real awesome sequence of drill. As you notice, she started - you can do the repetitions however you want it but, 20, 10, 5, you should cut your repetitions by 50 percentage time. I think that's a real nice number, especially when you look at the jumps and weight that we go up. We're jumping in weight about eight pounds each time. You can do it with something if you wanted, if you're not quite as strong or as confident, you could use nine repetitions, six repetitions, and three repetitions. You see, there are lots of different variations you can do, but here is a sequence of the movements. I am actually going to demo the movements in rapid sequence to you as well. I am actually going to demo with the heavier bells, so you get a good just of what they should look like, but the movements that you should follow are and if you're doing with single bells, you should it one side and then the other, so your repetitions are going to go up against you, your work is going to go up, which is good if you're looking for some solid fat loss. If you're doing doubles and you just think demand is going to be a lot harder doing those 10 or 20 or 5 repetitions but you're going to do double or you're going to do front squats with the kettlebell, holding the rack position. Then we're going to snatches, then we're going to go into bent row, then we're going to go into strict press. So again front squat from the rack position, it's going to be snatches all the way up, single movement, fast paced. Then we're going to go to bend row. Then we're going into the strict presses. So I am going to show you what it is. So, remember, higher repetitions with a lighter weight, lower repetitions with the heavy, move down. You can even move back to the opposite direction. There's lot of things you can do with it, but I am just going to show you sequence of the movements real quickly, then we can talk a little bit more. So first, starting that rack position, we're going to do ten squats, I am just going to show you ten of everything. Okay, that's ten of those. You switch sides, you're doing -- especially if you're doing with single bells, switch sides, do at least ten squats. Then you're going to transition the snatches. So, we're going to do ten snatches, nice and solid, ten of those. Then and the bent rows. Then and the strict presses. So you see how fast I am working through this, I mean you will not to be able to do a ton of work. Strict press, so here, let the hips in, push the ground, squeeze the cheeks. So there you have it; those are the four drills rapid session. Like I said, you can do it anyway you want, but it's a good way also to warm

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