St. Patrick’s Day

To say it’s been a crazy few weeks, is clearly an understatement, no need for excuses though.

I’ve got a great workout for you for March, and because it’s been so long, I’ve actually filmed two workouts for you.

Here’s the first one…

As usual, a full body workout. You’ll want to do descending sets with the first two exercises of dumbbell snatches and band squats. If you’re well conditioned try to decrease reps of 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 for the dumbbell snatches, and then 20-18-16-14-12-10-8-6-4-2 for the band squats.

If you’re less conditioned or just starting off descend your reps by two for the dumbbell snatches. Your workout will look like this: 10-8-6-4-2 for the snatches and 20-16-12-8-4 for the band squats.

Here’s the second workout…

This workout is great because it can be completed in under 20 minutes. If you’re short on time, this high intensity kettlebell complex will ceratinly make you feel like you got your time in for the day.

Set a timer for 30 seconds, complete each kettlebell exercise for 30 seconds. At the end of each round of exercises completed rest for 60 seconds. This kettlebell complex consists of kettlebell snatches, kettlebell push presses, kettlebell swings, RDLs, and burpee deadlifts.

Give them both a try and let me know how it goes below.

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Comments

  1. Very good, I see now you have an American accent, one might check out the new book by Lorna Kleidman, “bodysculpting with KBs for women” and she does indeed relate historically, KBs were found in Scotland a long time ago.

  2. This was great! Surprisingly the push presses post snatches were brutal! :P Thanks for this.

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