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Double Kettlebell Strength and Conditioning Quickie Workout



Calling all Kettlebell fitness die hards! Double Kettlebell Strength and Conditioning Quickie mixed in with some Bodyweight and power work! A little bit of everything on this fine day! ⁣







5 reps of everything⁣

Double Kettlebell Swing, Clean, Front Squat, Press to the floor ⁣

Burpee to a Pull Up⁣

1 Arm Swing, High Pull, Snatch⁣  each side

Rest for 1-2 minutes and repeat 3 times!

Tag me if you try this and tag a friend who’d like a quick session like this. All business today!⁣

BTW, I’m having a flash sale on the Kettlebell DVD’s that we have left.
70% off today only! Code: 70off right here



If you’re new to Kettlebells make sure to get in my How To Swing a Kettlebell Free online class today here. ⁣



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