You my friend are going to want to increase your weights on everything though.
Swings with a 24kg (Both double and singles)
Front squat with minimum 2 16kgs preferably 2 24kgs
High pull again minimum 16kg, 24's better
Bosu kettle Crunch with a 16kg
Bottoms up press 24kg
Floor press 24kg
Kettle tricep extension 16kg minimum
Dead lift 48kg
I think I will give this a try. It doesn't seem too complicated. Even a person like me could do it lol Thanks for sharing.
Kettlebell training was initially introduced in America by the trainer named Pavel Tsatsouline. Kettlebells are the best exercising equipment which can be moved easily from one place to another. Kettlebells comes in various combinations to build up strength, flexibility and stability. I reduced my weight up to a great extent by making use of Kettlebell.
I was using kettlebells for about one year. I've lost some weight and my muscle endurance increased a lot. I would highly suggest you to follow a proven routine. I was using Jefit fitness routine and it really helped me a lot, give it a try, they have 4 kettlebell routines you can choose from: Workout Routine Database | Jefit - Best Android and iPhone Workout, Fitness, Exercise and Bodybuilding App | Workout Routine Database | Workout Program Database
(I followed the toning routine)
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You could do well with just kettle bells, and there are endless routines out there, but I think you would do better with other exercises added in there, barbell or bodyweight. If 70% of your training was kettle bells and the rest barbell and bodyweight you would do really well. Ultimately weight loss will be diet and calorie burning, which kettle bells will do, but there should be some bigger compound lifts thrown in there as well.
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I like to throw, squat and pull heavy things for fun.
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Yes. I'm a certified personal trainer and a kettlebell instructor at a gym in Oregon. I've seen dozens of people get lean and tone (assuming that's what you mean by success) by using kettlebell workouts exclusively. The only disadvantage to using kettlebells is that you will not likely be able to focus on a specific muscle group long enough during your workout to "emphasis" it. For example, you won't get huge biceps, chest, ect using a KB workout alone. Overall lean body mass will increase assuming you use adequate weight, proper technique and diet (big surprise).
[II have personally had great success with just using kettlebells out of necessity for one of my training programs and not only lost fat but was still able to grow muscle as well. I think the key is having a plan and sticking to it.[/I]
I've been doing and enjoying Simple & Sinister for about 8 weeks now (30 workouts done, so 3 or 4 per week). I like it because it's very simple and I don't get sore muscles the day after the workout. I've made steady progress from just being able to do one Turkish getup with 12kg to doing them routinely with 16kg and trying 20kg for 1-2 reps now also.
I'm sure it's not an optimal program in terms of getting rapid results but it's really simple and only takes 20-25mins.
I also run, bike and do a bit of yoga/stretching - so can't comment on the weightloss strictly with kettlebells.