Introducing the newest Conviction Kettlebell Club Challenge – Deep 6. This challenge consists of the six key kettlebell movements: the swing, snatch, clean, press, front squat, and get-up. To achieve this challenge the participant must complete the following for five rounds on each side with no rest: 5 one-arm swings 5 snatches 5 clean and […]
I came across the Goblet Squat Challenge when Alwyn Cosgrove posted it to his Instagram account. The challenge was to do as many goblet squats as possible in one set using the kettlebell that’s closest to half your bodyweight. I figured I’d give it a go. I used the 40kg bell. Max used to 20kg, […]
These workouts are short and sweet. But they work! If you’re short on time and equipment, these workouts are a great way to get stronger, leaner, and much more fit. Throw one of these into your morning routine or pre-supper ritual, and you’ll see some major changes. Just be sure to check with your doctor […]
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 […]
This one’s quick and simple, but not easy. This Kettlebell Complex consists of cleans, squats, and presses. You need just one kettlebell to do it. Start by doing 8 cleans with your left arm, then go right into 5 one-arm front squats and 3 presses with your left. Swing-switch to your right hand and do […]
The squat – be it a Goblet or Double Kettlebell Front Squat – is a “grind”. This means the movement is to be done under complete tension and control. Too often we see people “falling” into the bottom of their squat and then bouncing back up. For a number of reasons, this is far from […]
The squat is a very difficult movement for some… mainly because they make it way more complicated than it needs to be. Rather than sitting back, or moving your knees forward (which is a bad idea), simply “sit between your knees”.