Full body workout you can do at home using a kettlebell for resistance.
Hey Purely Fit Friends!
Is the weekend really over?? We managed to squeeze in some relaxation this weekend mixed in with work! One disadvantage about being an entrepreneur: business always calls 😉 But we love it! We love what we do and love to be able to share it with anyone who wants to listen or watch us be goof balls.
Today’s purely training was the first workout we filmed since being back from vacation. Boy did it kick our butts!! And we loved every sweaty minute. It was nice to take some time off from working out. And we would be lying if we told you it was easy for us to just get right back into a workout groove. Our purely fit sisters have been hearing about us losing our workout mojo, but by the end of week we had it back!
Phew! Otherwise we would be out of a job haha
This kettlebell full body home workout is the perfect workout to do if you have skipped a few workouts or lost your workout mojo.
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The format for this workout was inspired by purely training #50, which is another fun workout!
Okay, time to get your workout mojo back.
Equipment: Kettlebells (or free weights or sandbag) or can use bodyweight
Style of workout: Time challenge workout
Workout focus: Full body
Set your Gymboss Interval Timer to the stop watch setting. And record how long it takes you to finish this workout. Try to move through it quickly to get that heart rate up.
Backward lunge kettlebell pass throughs are a great exercise for your legs, but also your abs as they stabilize the body as you lunge back and move the kettlebell around and under.
This was a new move for us and we really enjoyed it. Hope you like it too!
Purely fit sisters can you beat us?
We finished the workout in under 15 minutes. And it was the perfect PUSH to get our butts moving again.
Plus wearing cute clothes helps us push harder in our workouts. Anyone else?
And this workout is pregnancy safe. Lori is in her 3rd trimester (she did this workout at 28 weeks). Follow along with the modifications mentioned in the video and as always listen to your body!
If you are new to working out please take this workout slow and omit moves that feel uncomfortable.
Here is the 7×10 full body workout breakdown.
Don’t forget to PIN this workout to try this week and come back to let us know how you liked it! Use hashtags #purelytwins #purelyfitlife so we can see you sweating it out
7×10 purely training workout#70 (click to download your free printable)
We suggest for different fitness levels:
B-fits (beginner peeps) – Follow modifications from video. Take breaks when needed. Omit the jumping in the in and out abs and just step you feet instead. Use light weight or bodyweight. Do just one or two rounds instead of 4.
A-fits (advanced peeps) – Limit breaks. Go for speed while keeping good form! Use heavy kettlebells or weights if possible to make it harder. If time allows you can try to do 5 or 6 rounds.
FIT moms (pregnancy recommendations) – Do the modifications mentioned in the video. Stop when you feel uncomfortable! Don’t go deep into the exercises if it feels uncomfortable. Go at a slower pace and use light to moderate weights. Do planks and in and out abs on a chair or wall.
Get yourself warmed up and then come work out with us.
Full body home workout using kettlebells
*disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying anything new with your workout routine.
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How was your weekend? Do anything fun?
See any good movies lately?