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Frequently Asked Questions About Kettlebell Training

I get asked a lot of questions about kettlebelltraining, so I thought it would be helpful to create a list of the most commonly asked questions all in one place for your reference…

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Maria Johnson
• Monday, 26 October, 2020
• 7 min read
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The Two handed Swing is your first main goal, not only will it target lots of muscle mass but it’s also very cardiovascular. Continue to burn calories hours afterwards Avoid over training Increase your metabolism Add tone and condition to your full body

With a good diet and sensible kettlebelltraining program you will start to see cardio, strength and fat loss within 30 days. If you progress too soon then you risk injury because you're stabilizing muscles and connective tissue may not of fully developed.

If you cannot then you must practice because you lack certain stability and mobility that will prevent you from future injuries. Unlike conventional body building type exercises kettlebelltraining works hundreds of muscles at a time.

Like all things there is a natural order to kettlebelltraining to prevent injury and develop skill. The primary goals should be the kettle bell swing which means developing the hip hinge and the dead lift movement pattern.

Many believe it started in Scotland as a competitive event where an actual kettle was used loaded with weight. There are a lot of really badly designed kettle bells out there so make sure you choose wisely and don’t just go for the cheapest option, you will only regret it later.

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The swing improves your posture, increases your cardio, develop explosive power and is superb for fat loss. Kettlebelltraining uses hundreds of muscles in the body during every exercise making is very time efficient as well as improving your cardio often without the need to even move your feet.

Kettle bell workouts, when programmed correctly, flow from one exercise to the next using hundreds of muscles at a time. They will develop stronger muscle and bone density, safeguard daily movement patterns and increase flexibility.

Flowing through a handful of kettle bell exercises means you can complete a full workout in under 10 minutes, challenging your strength, cardio and movement skills. Using your hips and straight arms you swing the kettle bell in between your legs and then up to chest height repeatedly.

The amount of times per week you should use your kettle bell depends on the intensity and what type of exercises you are using. Using good workout programming then 3 – 5 times per week is usually enough to see excellent results.

You will gain strength and muscle tonicity quickly using kettle bells and with a good quality diet see fat loss results within 30 days. Beginners should start off mastering the two handed swing for only 10 reps before resting and repeating.

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A good set of kettle bell swings will elevate your heart rate quickly without the need for you to even move your feet. If programmed correctly then yes kettle bell swings can be high intensity interval training.

If you experience pain bending forwards or backwards then kettle bell swings are not the exercise for you. Yes and in particular the Goblet Squat is super effective at working most muscles in the body as well as being very cardiovascular.

Increasing the weight, reps and sets will ensure you continue to get results. Yes kettle bell workouts, when programmed correctly, provide a full body mix that will increase your metabolism and generate fat burning hours after your workout has finished unlike conventional cardio methods.

In my opinion ballistic and dynamic exercises like kettle bell swings should be avoided during pregnancy. After you have your diet sorted then yes full body workouts using kettle bells will certainly help.

Any type of intense exercise takes energy and nutrients from the body before being replaced later by your diet. Light exercise will help pump nutrients around the body but keep the intensity low.

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Yes but because the exercises are full body movements you won’t get the individual muscle pump like you get with dumbbells. As we age recovery from exercise takes longer so if you do want to use kettle bell swings everyday you will need to keep the intensity and reps low.

Standard dead lifts start from a dead position whereas swings are fluid. Kettlebelltraining, when used correctly, can induce a very high level of cardio while developing strength too.

So kettle bells can replace you standard cardio and save you a lot of time. Yes, just like all types of exercise if the movements are not taught correctly, you try to lift too much weight or you do not rest enough then yes you can get injured.

Kettle bell swings are performed forwards and backwards in the sagittal plane. Golf requires rotation through the hips and back so there is no direct movement correlation.

However, kettle bell swings could help as a pre-habilitation exercise to strengthen and protect the lower back. So a regular schedule may include a 10 – 15-minute workout 3-5 times per week.

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So a regular schedule may include a 10 – 15-minute workout 3-5 times per week. If you received a coupon for your order, simply add the items to your cart and upon checkout you will see a space to enter your coupon code.

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Please email your purchase receipt to support@kettlebelltraining.education. Once you are more conditioned you may increase to 4x/week paying attention to how well you are recovering in between sessions.

But won’t training more, lead to faster fat loss? Your nutrition habits is the most significant player in your fat loss journey.

Strength training does not make women “bulky” or muscular. It will help to give your body more shape and add “tone” to the muscles.

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Bodybuilders train and eat in very specific ways in order to achieve that look. As a woman, strength training is one of the best things you can do to keep your body young and to prevent muscle and bone loss.

A big mistake many women make is focusing only on cardio based exercise (i.e.: running). Running is great but countless studies show that strength training is superior for bone health and body composition goals.

We provide specific exercises for individuals who need special attention before we put them into the regular training program. Assessments are made frequently to make sure that any issues are addressed and corrected.

I don’t live in the area and can only commit to coming to the studio 1 or 2x a week? I can just watch YouTube video and follow kettle bell workouts for free…why should I join your club?

Even an injury Training with any implement be it a barbell, ddumbbell or kkettle bellrequires a particular technical understanding of how to properly perform the exercise so that you don’t get hurt and so that you actually benefit from the exercise. Before loading an exercise with any weight you need to understand proper movement mechanics.

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Many people pick up weights, but only a small percentage are actually getting any benefit from it and those are usually the ones that work with a professional. You can not learn kettle bell technique by watching YouTube videos especially if you have absolutely no background in strength training and have never worked with a coach before.

Science and experience agree that kettlebelltraining develops a wide range of attributes: slow and dynamic strength, various types of endurance, muscle hypertrophy, fat loss, health, etc. For all your kettle bell related questions please refer to our Certifying Organization Strongest in the link below:

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1 kettlebellsworkouts.com - https://kettlebellsworkouts.com/frequently-asked-questions/
2 kettlebelltraining.education - https://kettlebelltraining.education/faqs/
3 kettlebellclub.ca - https://kettlebellclub.ca/faq/
4 www.cavemantraining.com - https://www.cavemantraining.com/frequently-asked-questions/