Top 4 Kettlebell Workouts for Women

Healthy Muscle – full-body kettlebell workout

Kettlebell Workouts for Women is said the best investment you can make is in yourself, and I believe it is true. In this ever-changing digital world, the wisest decision you can make to invest in yourself is to get fit. As the wise men often say; health is wealth.

Taking care of your health is an important factor to succeed in life—and of course, you would like to play with your grandchildren when you grow old.

For all aspiring models, actresses, athlete, even for simple women that want to wear that two-piece in the long beaches at Rio de Janeiro, kettlebell workouts for women can and will be your daily exercise. There is research that a combination of high cardio and weight training melts fat while adding healthy muscle with kettlebell exercises.

What can I get from kettlebell exercises for women?

Well, aside from getting into shape [and be proud to wear two-piece], you get to build upper body strength which men have the advantage over women. Then you walk down the street and no longer get afraid of the dudes that do not know anything other than cat-calling.

They say women should stay home, prepare the table, wash the clothes and baby-sit. Since the early 20th century, women prove to compete equally with the guys—whether it is in knowledge, management and leadership skills, or physicality. While staying home is still a good thing to do, you may use this time to get your body moving. No need for big machines or a vast area to work on. Just stay beside your bed [or couch] and do kettlebell exercises. It feels good to feel proud of ourselves.

Kettlebells are effective as it stimulates the muscles and does cardio exercises at the same time. Here is the final catch; kettlebell exercises can burn 40 to 50 percent more calories. That exceeds the benefit or a standard cardio exercises—killing two birds at the same time as they say.

Here are some of the most recommended kettlebell exercises targeting different parts of the body

Kettlebell Workouts for Women

Single-arm lift – let us start with a simple task. Keep standing and your feet wider than the hip part. Hold the kettlebell workouts for women in one arm bending that your entire body faces the floor. Then lift your body up [90 degrees] and repeat for 12 to 15 times.

Pump it between the legs to the upper-body – pick up the kettlebell workouts for women setting your feet wider than the hip part. Slightly bent your knees, and then drop the kettlebell between your legs while driving your hips backwards. Swing the kettlebell in front of your body and synchronize it by driving your hips forward. Always use your hips in swinging the kettlebell and repeat it for 12 to 15 times.

Squat – with your both hands, hold the kettlebell workouts for women from the sides in front of your chest—it looks like your boxing but both arms are level near your chest. Place your feet wider than the hip part as well. Then do the knees behind toe squat and repeat for 12 to 15 times.

Lunge press – stand straight holding the kettlebell in front of your body. Simultaneously raises the kettlebell with the rightward as you step forward into a lunge with your left leg and repeat.

The twist – Sit up [feet in front of you] and hold the kettlebell to your chest. Start twisting your body from side to side. It will be comfortable to raise your feet off the floor and keep it in the air.

kettlebell workouts for women & exercises tips :

Move your body before performing the kettlebell exercises. Even professional athletes follow proper warm-up procedure before the game. Simple stretching will do.

It is not necessary to do it daily. Give your body some time to recover and restore the damaged tissues from the exercise. As soon as your body muscles get used to kettlebell workouts for women, you will be able to do it as soon as 24-hours from the last exercise. You may start with 4 to 5 workouts per week to give your body some time to heal.

Never forget to consult from the experts even if it is proven that kettlebell exercises are effective even doing it solo. They know better what is best for you.

Trying to be different for kettlebell workout for women

“WOW! You’ve changed a lot!”

“Is that really you? I nearly could not recognize you.”

“You are the type of person we are looking as part of our team. Come join us, the professionals.”

“Like! Like! Like!”

It feels so good to look at the end result if you commit to doing the exercises, but every good result comes with a price. No! It is not something that you have to pay for. It is something that you have to commit to yourself.

Doing kettlebell exercise requires a high level of commitment and consistency. You cannot just stop just because you no longer feel like doing it or maybe because you cannot see the result.

“A seed will not grow into a tree in one day. It constantly needs proper care, water and sunlight.”

The same goes for the result of exercising. Give it some time and always be positive. Did you know that only 1% of the people actually get the result that they wanted? It is not because they are special or more talented. One factor only; persistent. As an unknown artist said; being persistent is what makes the winners different from the losers.

You can make the choice to be part of the 1%, endure the long days of training, being persistent, developing a positive outlook and learning to be patient in the process. They say patience is a virtue, and I say patience is a new skillset, so kettlebell workouts for women are key to good health.

I like how Kobe [Bean] Bryant said that you should only rest in the end and not in the middle. We all like the price but not the process, so I am learning how to love the process to get the price. Otherwise, we can keep dreaming just like the 99% does.

Robert Nichols

Robert is a full-time blogger, father of 1, and certified working and sharing fitness information. He also regularly contributes to on the latest topics and trends in health & wellness. When he not writing she can be found running and doing intermittent fasting.

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