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1 Way to Train 11 (21's)
Ensure you seek instruction from a qualified kettlebell instructor before attempting this workout. Not suitable for complete beginners.
Use a kettlebell that you can do a TGU with,or you may switch different weights, but avoid taking too long to switch kettlebells. eg: you might use a 12kg for the clean, squat and press, then swith over to an 8kg for the TGU.
Warm up using D.R.O.M.
Take 1 kettlebell on the left,
clean x 5
Squat x 5
Swing x 5
Press x 5
1 TGU (starting from standing)
Rest, then repeat on the right.
Do as many rounds as possible with good form and reduce your rest periods session by session.
This is a high Muscular endurance set, so women use an 8kg or 12kg and men use a 16kg or 20kg to start with.
Have fun and let me know what you think?