Bell Curves: Kettlebell Workout
Sculpt strong, sexy muscles from every angle with these beginner-friendly kettlebell exercises.
Bell Curves. Windmill. The key to this move is to keep your arm pointed straight up to the ceiling even as you bend over to the side to touch your toes. Now, if you can't swing the kettlebell up to your shoulder, just bring it slowly there and make sure the ball is resting on the back of your forearm. Turn your toes out before you bend. Do 5 reps then switch sides and repeat. Slingshot. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart then pass the kettlebell around you counterclockwise for 5 circles then clockwise for 5 circles. Keep it in control. Two-Handed Swing. Your feet are slightly wider than shoulder-width apart here. Bend your knees slightly to swing the kettlebell behind you and pop up quickly to bring it straight in front of you at shoulder height. Do 10 reps. High Pull. Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart and your toes turn slightly out. Squat down to pick up the kettlebell and pull it up to shoulder level as you stand. You're going to do 5 reps alternating sides. Lunge Press. Press the kettlebell overhead as you lunge forward. Bring it back to your chest as you stand. You're going to do 10 reps per leg alternating legs.
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