BOOST YOUR BURN WITH THIS KETTLEBELL PARTNER WORKOUT

Some workouts are best done with workout buddies. Aside from tossing a medicine ball to each other, workout buddies get additional benefits, like general encouragement and accountability when performing two-person exercises.

However, buddy workouts can sometimes crowd the gym; hence, available space and the type of equipment must be considered.

Why don’t you get a workout buddy and grab a kettlebell? This helps you share your life while improving your strength and flexibility.

KETTLEBELL PARTNER WORKOUT

Each set of exercises contains two routines. You should do one exercise while your partner does the other. Reverse roles and keep each other on track. Work at your own pace with limited breaks.

 

4 SETS

20 PUSH-UPS TO ROW (10 EACH SIDE)

  •       Lie holding the handles of the kettlebell in front of you, toes touching the ground, and elbows bent.
  •       Push up against the kettlebells until your arms are straight and your body is at a right angle with the floor.
  •       Raise one kettlebell from the floor with the other arm still stretched.

20 LUNGE PASSES

  •       Hold a kettlebell while standing upright.
  •       Move one leg forward and drop your body downward while bending at the knees with your torso moving forward.
  •       Pass the kettlebell to the other hand going behind the knee that is perpendicular to the ground.
  •       Return to the start position.
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15 GOBLET SQUATS

  •       Raise a kettlebell with both hands to touch your neck while standing upright.
  •       Drop your body towards the floor by bending your knees to attain a squat position while resting your elbows on your thighs.
  •       Repeat the process fifteen times.

15 KETTLEBELL SWINGS

  •       Move your legs slightly apart.
  •       Hold a kettlebell with your knees slightly bent, and your upper body pushed forward.
  •       Swing the kettlebell between your legs to rise to shoulder height as you stand to attain an upright position.
  •       Repeat the process fifteen times.

20 WINDMILLS

  •       Stand upright and move one foot slightly forward.
  •       Raise one kettlebell upward with your arms fully stretched and your eyes fixed on it.
  •       Bend to the other side and pick up the other kettlebell.
  •       Return to the start position with the two kettlebells in hand.
  •       Reverse your arm and leg positions and repeat the process ten times for each side.

20 BRIDGE HEEL DRAGS WITH STABILITY BALLS (10 EACH SIDE)

  •       Lie on the floor with your legs raised on one stability ball.
  •       Lay your hands parallel to the floor and put your back at a right angle to the floor.
  •       Slightly raise one leg from the stability ball to attain a scissors shape.
  •       Push the underfoot of the leg resting on the ball against the ball to increase the angle between your back and the floor.
  •       Repeat the process ten times.
  •       Reverse your legs’ positions and repeat ten times.

NB: A heavier dumbbell works if a kettlebell is not readily available.

Also, you can do this workout alone, but it is more exciting with a buddy.

Don’t forget to high-five your partner after each workout session.

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