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Free Kettlebell Workouts

This page is dedicated to the workouts I have shared over the past 6 years.  These workouts have not only helped me be in the best shape of my life, but helped me recover after my 2 pregnancies and 2 c-sections.  You will see a variety of intervals, strength, conditioning, and overall effective workouts.   In a way this is a partial workout journal of mine.

Hope you enjoy the free workouts.  Some are written and there are some follow along kettlebell and TRX video clips.

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Looking for a personalized workout plan? If you aren't in the area I can design you a workout and/or nutrition plan that fits your specific needs.  If you aren't familiar with the exercises and like to workout from home, check out the DVD's that have taught thousands how to use kettlebells and stick with them!


Alpha Girl said…
What is the Be SLAM workout you refer to? great story and very inspiring!
Eveline said…
This is great, thanks for sharing the videos :-) Btw I love how your workout is outside!

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