Killer Kettlebell Workout!


see Hi everyone, Today’s workout really took it out of me! I like having the first part of a workout more resistance based and then Tabata Cardio at the end, using my Gymboss Interval Timer .

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homework help in wakefield rhodo island So the first part of the workout was based around 10 kettlebell resistance exercises. One set of each exercise was completed. If you want you can cut down the reps and do two sets of each exercise, but today I stuck to one super set ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. Kettlebell Squat into High Rotation x 16 reps (12kg)
  2. Kettlebell Press-up into Renegade Rows x 12 reps (1 press-up to 2 rows = 1 rep)
  3. Kettlebell Reverse Lunge (right) x 15 reps (2x12kg)
  4. Kettlebell Reverse Lunge (left) x 15 reps (2x12kg)
  5. Kettlebell Sumo Deadlift x 15 reps (2x12kg)
  6. Kettlebell Windmill (right) x 10 reps (12kg)
  7. Kettlebell Windmill (left) x 10 reps (12kg)
  8. Kettlebell Single-leg Deadlift (right) x 10 reps (2x12kg)
  9. Kettlebell Single-leg Deadlift (left) x 10 reps (2x12kg)
  10. Kettlebell Push-press x 15 reps (2x12kg)

district operations manager resume Bodyweight Tabata Interval Training. Set your Gymboss Interval Timer for 8 cycles of 10 seconds rest and 20 second MAX effort. Perform 2 sets of these exercises:

  1. Dynamic Squats
  2. Mountain Climbers
  3. Lunge Jumps
  4. Squat Jump Jumps

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26 Responses

  1. Beata says:

    Just got a second 12 kg kb yesterday so now I can try this! (tried renegade rows, couldnยดt move the kbs an inch while in plank position, haha! Room for improvement, to say the least…)

    • Marianne says:

      Don’t worry Beata, it will get easier. It’s hard to get started with the Renegade row because you need stability and strength at the same time. It’s like the Single leg DL that way. Do you even have any light dumbbells around that you could practice with?

      • Beata says:

        GAH, way way way too hard for me ๐Ÿ™

        I had to modify almost every exercise (renegade rows on my knees with 6,5 kg dumbbells, push presses with just one kb, single leg dl with one kb etcetera) and halfway through I was just thinking “Iยดm too weak, I suck, Iยดll never get stronger”.

        And then I realised:
        A year ago I wouldnยดt even be on this site
        9 months ago I might have looked at the workout and think “no way”
        6 months ago I would have tried it, but give up after five minutes
        Now, I modified and I finished and my muscles are burning.
        Thatยดs progress!
        Iยดll be as strong and cool as you before you know it ๐Ÿ˜‰

        BTW, since I avoid jumping I constructed my own tabata at the end
        two hand swing x2
        right arm swing x 2
        left arm swing x 2
        vertical swing x 2

        Again, thank you for this site!
        I feel better now ๐Ÿ˜€

        • Marianne says:

          Hey, I like that you were able to see how relative progress is and, just how we do so in MANY things. I am not as strong as I want to be, but we work with what we have. I am glad that you were able to adapt the workout to suit you ๐Ÿ™‚ Great job!!


  2. Tempest Lowe says:

    help…… i had written down one of your workouts,
    Kettlebell Hell, now i can’t find it. If you know where it is, please give me the date on it.

  3. Ed says:

    Maybe the problem is that I use Chrome as a browser. What I was looking for was the RSS icon, like paste into my google home page. I know this is all a work in progress.

  4. Ed says:

    I’m not seeing the fee for the RSS?

    • Marianne says:

      Oh, I have still to add the icons to the page, but there should be a symbol in the address bar to sub. Sorry, I’m new to this, so I maybe don’t understand how it all works ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Ed says:

    I’m glad I got mine. And, although it is easy to adjust the settings, if you set if for 20/10 second cycles x 8, you can probably just leave it there and just repeat as necessary.

  6. Tempest Lowe says:


    • Marianne says:

      Hi, It’s $19.95. It’s very easy to use. There are cheaper timers out there too, but I don’t know how easy to use they are or what features they have. I like the Gymboss because it looks good, it clips on to your clothes and has everything I need.


  7. Tempest Lowe says:

    sorry to be a bother, but i’m a little confused on the tabata thing. do you rest between each set or just keep going from set to set with no rest. i read a description on the link you sent me the the gymboss but still not clear.

    • Marianne says:

      Hey, the tabata principle is that the intervals are 20 seconds max effort and 10 seconds rest. This pattern is continuous for 4 minutes. I set my gymboss for these intervals and it beeps after 20 seconds and again after 10 seconds (or what ever length of interval you use) so you know when to rest or move on to next exercise.

      Hope this helps

  8. Tempest Lowe says:

    Thanks for the quick reply, yes i looked at a workout of yours i think they just had 8 exercies and 10 reps per each exercise and the tabata training at the end, which i don’t think i’m quite ready for. ha ha

  9. Tempest Lowe says:

    what is the gym boss?

  10. Tempest Lowe says:

    wow, this girl is awesome. I’m still new to kettlebells, so i have to stop her videos and watch the moves before i can keep going to the next move, so consequently my hearbeat is not up as it should be. does she have actual dvd’s anywhere?

    • Marianne says:

      Hi Tempest, I don’t have a DVD as I’m not a professional, I started this blog to help motivate myself and others to get into great shape. There are plenty of other workouts to choose from which are less challenging in the workout section. I hope you will persist, as you’ll find you will progress quickly ๐Ÿ™‚

      As for the Gymboss Interval Timer , it’s a timer that you can set to 2 intervals or stopwatch. The intervals help my workouts as I don’t need to keep time. It also motivates me as it dictates the rest period, so I can’t slack off – which is very beneficial. Thie link will give more info.


  11. Melissa says:

    Yes, every one of your workouts is definitely a “variety” :p I am doing the Enter the Kettlebell rotation (Pavel’s book) and there are 3 days in the rotation reserved for ETK’s workout, and the other 2 days are called “variety days” because you can do whatever you want then. I guess I should have specified what I was talking about, lol!

  12. Melissa says:

    Ugh, I KNOW how frustrating it is to have accidentally deleted the end! Been there, done that so I feel your pain. This looks like a good workout, and I will do it sometime for my “variety day.” I don’t know if I can go as heavy as you did, but I can give it a go. ๐Ÿ™‚

    If you don’t mind me asking, how long did it take you to complete this workout – not including the Tabata?

    • Marianne says:

      Hi Melissa. Hope you’ll give it a go, it really was a great workout, my legs were sore the next day from those deadlifts. I think the workout took between 20-30 mins. It may have taken a little longer because my reps are quite slow due to the weight I was using. I like the variety day thing. Guess most of my workouts are a bit like that ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Ed says:

    Did two tabata sets with the Gym Boss. Think its going to be good for home…noticed for 20 on/10 off, I should really make it more like 23 on as I’m losing a little time going from rest to get into position for the next exercise.

  14. Ed says:

    Hello Marianne, just watched the workout. Are you sure you did the jump squats? (kidding). Just wanted to let you know that I got the Gym Boss and will give it a try this weekend.


    • Marianne says:

      Hi Ed, The Jump squats nearly finished me off! was so difficult. The gymboss will make a big difference to your workout. Hope you enjoy it ๐Ÿ™‚

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