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Kettlebell WOD

Kettlebell WOD This weeks kettlebell workout ‘Licence to Kill’ is accumulating as many reps as you possibly can in 20 minutes. It is a 5 station circuit and includes the following exercises: Double Rack Squats Double Presses Double Reverse Lunges Double Bent-over Row Double Swings You complete each station for 30 seconds then have 30.. read more

Kettlebell Workout for Weight Loss

The ‘Executioner’ is a brilliant Kettlebell workout designed to promote weight loss, endurance and strength. The workout is 16 minutes in length and you need to commit to as many rounds as possible. The exercises are: Double Squat Thrusters x 10 Double Kettlebell Bent Over Row x  10 Double Kettlebell Swings walking Laterally x 6 each.. read more

Kettlebell Torture

Kettlebell Torture We have a series of 6 exercises that need to be completed in a row. You will start with 8 reps for the first round, 7 for the second round and so on until you get complete 1 rep of each exercise. The exercises are: Kettlebell Push-ups Suitcase Deadlifts Double Cleans Double Rack.. read more

Kettlebell Workout Routine – 7 Rounds of Hell

Kettlebell Workout Routine – 7 Rounds of Hell This workout is simple in its format but don’t be deceived – it truly is a full body workout guaranteed to challenge you! It is 7 Exercises that you need to complete 7 reps of and complete 7 full loops. You will need a selection of Kettlebells as.. read more

Turkish Get up Workout

Turkish Get Up Workout This week’s workout is based around the Turkish Get-up. It will really challenge you with the whole workout is asymmetrically loaded and involves several movement patterns. It will also challenge your grip and lockout. It’s important to be aware of your wrist position and arm lockout. Keep a steady rhythm and remember.. read more

Kettlebell Assessment

Kettlebell Assessment This Assessment is all about measuring improvement. It will measure your strength endurance (many of these workouts are aimed at developing your strength endurance, power endurance and enhancing your aerobic and anaerobic capacity). There is no point compromising form or technique to ‘get’ more repetitions – it’s not what AIK are about. What we’re after here are.. read more

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