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Exercise

Creating a lighter, healthier you is a multi-step process. One of the most important steps, and the main focus of this section, is exercise. Here we explore everything from the benefits of exercise to how much and how often it is necessary to promote weight loss.

Full Body Kettlebell Workout

If you're tired of the daily gym grind, spending an hour on the treadmill and mind-numbing resistance training machines then it's time to switch things up! Develop muscle tone, increase strength, and scorch fat with our full body kettlebell workout.

Full Body Kettlebell Workout


Kettlebell fans rejoice! We've created a well-rounded full-body kettlebell workout to enjoy!

Never tried a kettlebell workout? Now's your chance! You can make this workout your own, increasing the intensity, the weight of your kettlebell, and vice versa.

It's surprising the amount of calories you can burn using kettlebells. A study by the American Council on Exercise found that the average person burns 400 calories in 20 minutes when doing kettlebell exercises!

This full-body kettlebell workout is great for at home or for your next trip to the gym. Complete each exercise back-to-back.

Rest for one to two minutes, then repeat for a total of two or three circuits. Aim to complete the routine 2 to 3 times per week using a 10 to 15-pound kettlebell, or a weight you are comfortable with.

 

Written By Sydney Lappe, MS, RDN. Published on April 08, 2016. Updated on May 11, 2020.

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