If you could fold a home gym up and keep it in the corner of your closet… would that be cool?
Of course it would! 🙂
And in a way that’s what you get with a kettlebell.
It’s one of the most versatile home training tools if you are limited for space.
And when combined with bodyweight exercise you get a fun, fast paced, fat-burning workout you can do anytime, anywhere.
Recently my family and I spent the week at a cottage near Mont Tremblant, Quebec.
I arranged for my buddy and kettlebell expert Chris Lopez to bring a KB. And I brought a TRX and a jump rope.
Then together we came up with a workout each day that combined the tools we had with some bodyweight exercises. It was fun crafting the workouts on the spot… and it provided a great way to keep our workouts on track even though we were miles from the nearest gym.
Here’s what we came up with on the first day…
45 seconds On / About 15 seconds transition to next station
- Exercise 1: Double Unders (jump rope)
- Exercise 2: Kettlebell Goblet Squat
- Exercise 3: Baby Muscle Up (cheated version of Muscle Up)
30 seconds On / About 30 seconds transition to next station
- Exercise 1: Bucket Drops
- Exercise 2: Kettlebell Swing
- Exercise 3: Suspension Fall Outs
Here are the videos in case you want to take a peek…
(Note: I forgot to hit record at the beginning so I only caught the last round…)
Listen, Chris is one of the top experts in North America on kettlebell training. And he has a very unique training method that allows you to workout LESS and lose weight without changing your diet.
Trust me… this guy does not have time for long workouts! He’s got 5 kids and runs a very successful training business AND a podcast for busy dads. 🙂
And just to give you a small taste of Chris’ talents… I also asked him to film some pointers for you on the two kettlebell exercises we used in the workouts above…
Technique Tips For The Goblet Squat and Swing:
Remember: Chris is one of the top experts in North America… and actually gets flown around the continent to give kettlebell workshops. Heck, a well known NBA athlete even flies Chris down to Orlando every month to train him with his unique methods…