Kettlebell Workout of the Week: Ladder of Pain This week’s killer workout is designed test your pain threshold. Keep a close eye on your movements and remember to breathe! 10 Double Kettlebell Long Cycle Clean & Presses 5 Burpie Suitcase Deadlifts 12 Double Kettlebell Presses 5 Burpie Suitcase Deadlifts 14 Double Kettlebell Squat Thrusters 5.. read more
Kettlebell Workout of the Week: The Finisher Designed to test even the fittest of individuals, The Finisher is guaranteed to get your thighs and shoulders burning! Reps from 15 to 1 15 Double Squat Thrusters then 15 Double High Pulls 14 Double Squat Thrusters then 14 Double High Pulls 13… 13….. 12 and 12 and so on to.. read more
Kettlebell Workout: 100 Reps of Hell A special workout, the 100 Reps of Hell is designed to be performed with a single kettlebell. Prepare yourself for a 20 Minute AMRAP that will bring a tear to the Toughest Folk! 10 x 2 Hand Swings 10 x Right Hand Cleans 10 x Left Hand Cleans 10 x Right Rack.. read more
The Turkish Get-Up (TGU) is an incredibly beneficial exercise-when performed correctly. Traditionally the TGU is performed smoothly through 8 steps. Press Post on elbow Post on hand Bridge at the hips Bridge to one knee Turn knee so both knees 90 degrees Kneeling lunge Stand A number of variations of this kettlebell workout exist, whether.. read more
Workout of the Week: Terrible Twenty’s Our kettlebell training exercise is guaranteed to make you love and hate the number 20! 20 Double Front Squats 20 Bent over Rows 20 Double Swings 20 Push-ups 20 Reverse Lunges 20 Double Presses 20 Double High Pulls 20 Double Jerks 20 Double Cleans 20 Suitcase Deadlifts Rounds for Time.. read more
Workout of the Week: The Slaughterer We did this in our Level 3 course yesterday and WOW! It is brutal! 50 x 2 hand Swings 10 Deck Squats 10 Dead Snatches each side 20 Minute AMRAP Females – 8 KG Males – 12 KG Machines – 16 KG Good luck!
Welcome to Part 1 of our AIK’s latest Team Member Glenn Phipp’s article on the Turkish Get-Up. He shares his insights into why this movement is so effective and how he uses it in his own practice. The Turkish get-up (TGU) is one of my personal favourite tools as a trainer. Why did I use.. read more