The Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Start Your Home Gym With a Kettlebell

I’m lucky. I’ve got an amazing wife who’s allowed me to have two home gyms. With two home gyms comes a lot of equipment to choose from. If I was starting over, though, the first piece of equipment I’d buy for my home gym is a kettlebell. And that’s for three main reasons for that: […]

The Secret to a Good Kettlebell Swing – It’s in the Breath

Have you ever seen someone make a weird ‘hiss’ sound when swinging a kettlebell? There’s a very specific reason for that. What they’re trying to do is match their breathing pattern to their swing. Not only is this the safest way to swing, but it also ensures we get the most out of our efforts. […]

Double Kettlebell Press/Front Squat Work Capacity Complex

Looking for a quick kettlebell workout you can do to improve your work capacity? Give this complex a shot: Double Kettlebell Press x 10 Double Kettlebell Front Squat x 10 Double Kettlebell Press x 5 Double Kettlebell Front Squat x 5 Double Kettlebell Press x 3 Double Kettlebell Front Squat x 3 Double Kettlebell Press […]

How Long Should I Rest When Training With Kettlebells?

How Long Should I Rest When Training With Kettlebells? This is a question I’m asked all the time. The answer, though, is “It depends”. How long you rest between sets and/or exercises when training with kettlebells is determined by your goals. If you want to get stronger, rest as long as needed. If you want […]

Keep Your Forearms Fresh and Loose With These Mobility Methods

If you train with kettlebells long enough, you’re eventually going to get tight forearms. It’s all part of the fun. Luckily, there are a number of things we can do to prevent our forearms from getting overly stiff and tight and causing issues. Wrist, elbow, shoulder, and even neck issues can all arise from not […]

Do Your Knees Hurt When Doing Turkish Get-ups? Try These Instead

Do your knees hurt when doing Turkish Get-ups? There may be a simple fix… Try these Rolling 45’s instead. While not a perfect substitute for the Get-up, Rolling 45’s still provide a ton of benefit. And they’re much better than skipping the movement all together!

Improve Your Get-ups With This Quick Fix

The get-up is the most technical lift in the kettlebell world. Which is why it’s so important to start it off right. Too often we see people doing their get-ups without a “packed” shoulder – that is, their shoulder is not packed down in the socket. Without that packed shoulder, we can’t fully engage our […]

15:00 Kettlebell Conditioning Complex – Squat/Push/Swing

This Kettlebell Conditioning Complex is an EMOM (Every Minute On the Minute) version of the ‘Squat-Push-Swing’ 3-6-9 workout from our book “Ultimate OCR Metcons” (available here). It’s pretty simple – at the start of every minute, for fifteen minutes, do 3 goblet squats, 6 push-ups, and 9 kettlebell swings. Men can aim to use a […]

Improve Your Kettlebell Swing With This Quick Tip

The top position of the kettlebell swing can be pretty challenging for some people. But it doesn’t have to be. Rather than worrying about what the kettlebell is doing, focus on exploding out of the hinge position into a tall plank. Stand tall with your back flat and glutes and abs engaged, and you’ll be […]

This Simple One Kettlebell Workout Will Work Your Abs and Grip While Improving Your Posture and Work Capacity

The “Cook Drill” was created by world-famous physical therapist Gray Cook. It’s a simple workout that combines the three main kettlebell loaded carries – Waiter Walk, Rack Walk, and Suitcase Carry. All you need to do this workout is one kettlebell and some space to walk. Start out with the Waiter Walk and continue to […]