Whole body circuit – 2 kettlebells
Today you will be doing three pairs of exercises:
10 – Double Clean and Squats and 10 yards of Walking Lunges (holding bells in the racked position)
10 – Double Clean and Presses and 10 yards of Farmer’s Walk
10 – Full Body Attack / Rows and 10 yards of Side Stepping Walking Swings
• Beginners: Do 1 full round (use single bell if needed).
• Intermediates: Do 2 full rounds
• Advanced: Do 3 full rounds.
Complete the workout and post
the following to this blog:
Time it took to complete the workout
Kettlebell Weight Used Any Amendments to the workout Number of sets
Average heart rate and calories burned (if using a HR Monitor)
Rating for workout
KORE Wellness Kettlebell Training Routines are to be followed only by those who have good knowledge of how to use a kettlebell. If you have not had your technique checked out by a certified RKC or Strong First instructor, there is a strong likelihood that you are not using proper kettle bell technique.
Core Value #3: Excellence in reputation -> Embody Excellence
What it means:
- Be the change you want to see
- Commit to 1% better everyday
- Consistently do the little things
- Show indomitable spirit (adj. impossible to subdue or defeat.)
What it doesn’t mean:
- Fail to prepare
- Do as I say, not as I do
- Become complacent
- Assume instead of ask
Excellence: having the quality of being outstanding. Oprah said in an interview recently that “the common denominator between all people is that we all possess the desire to live out the truest and highest version of ourselves”. I heard this same concept again in a The Book of Joy written by the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The core value, embody excellence represents the idea that we should always strive to be better than the person we were yesterday. If we commit to being the change, and never becoming complacent with who we are today, then we are always making ourselves “truest and highest version of ourselves”. Its about never settling for mediocrity, is about everyday pushing ourselves to be even more outstanding than we already are in some small aspect of our lives!