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5 Minute Intense Kettlebell Workout Ladder

Introducing the Kickstand Swing Ladder

This is seen in Lauren's Playground in the new 5 MINUTE workout section.

Try the first one out for free here

This 5 Minute workout appears in our new 5 Minute Kettlebell Intense section. Also introducing the Kickstand Kettlebell Swing. If you haven't tried it, it's a game changer for the ole rump.


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