Featuring 3 Levels
Our personal trainers, with years of experience, handpicked the exercises best suited for beginners. If you want to start exercising but have no clue where and how to start, this is made for you!
Stand tall with feet hip-width apart. Take a big step forward with right leg. shift most of your weight forward, heel on the back foot should be off the ground. Lower your body until right thigh is parallel to the floor and right shin is vertical. It’s OK if knee shifts forward a little as long as it doesn’t go past right toe. If mobility allows, lightly tap left knee to the floor while keeping weight in right heel. 4. Press into right heel to drive back up to starting position. 5. Repeat on the other side.
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. squat down and place your hands on the floor.Shift your weight onto your hands. kick back your feet back to softly land on the balls of your feet in a push up position. Your body should form a straight line. Jump your feet back so that they land just outside of your hands. *walk your feet out if you cannot do the kick out variation
Stand tall while gripping the kettlebell. Keep arms long and loose while squeezing shoulders blades together and engaging your core. Soften knees, shift bodyweight into heels, and lower butt back and down. Driving through heels, explode through hips to send weight swinging upward from quads. Aim for chest height, with arms extended. Achieving this finish position requires you to snap your hips through, contracting your core while squeezing glutes. As the kettlebell begins to descend, let the weight do the work as you ready your body for the next rep. Shift weight back into heels while hinging at the hips and loading both the hamstrings and glutes. Receive the weight, allowing the kettlebell to ride back between legs. As it makes the transition from backward to forward, drive through the heels and hips to repeat.
form a tripod set up. one hand and one knee on bench, the other foot on the ground. keep you back straight and parallel to the ground. Lift the kettlebell to your chest, focusing on using the muscles in your back and shoulders rather than yanking it up with your arm. Your chest should stay still throughout and your elbow should pass close to your rib cage as you lift the weight. At the top of the move squeeze your shoulder and back muscles, then lower the weight slowly. Do all your reps on one arm, then switch sides.