Try this unilateral workout with kettlebells. Unilateral means working both sides individually and this will help to balance out any weaknesses in one side by not allowing your stronger side to compensate.
3 X 10
- Start with your feet hip width apart and kettlebell across one shoulder
- Keeping your head and chest up with core engaged, lower your hips down until your knees are at a 90 degree bend (or lower if you can)
- You will need to really keep your core engaged so the kettlebell doesn’t throw you off balance!
- Use your legs to push back up to the starting position
- Repeat for desired reps or time, then switch the kettlebell over to your other shoulder and repeat
- Take a split stance and keep your bodyweight forward over the front leg with your back set straight
- Hold the kettlebell in the opposite hand to the leg that is forward
- Row the kettlebell in towards your body keeping your elbow close
- Control the weight back to the start position allowing a stretch at the bottom
- Repeat for desired reps or time and then repeat on the other side
- Start with your feet slightly wider than hip width and holding the kettlebell in one hand
- Hinge your hips back, taking the kettlebell back between your legs
- Fire your hips forward back to neutral position and swing the kettlebell out in front of you to around eye height – keep your free arm out to the side
- Go with the momentum and get the power coming from your glutes
- Repeat for desired reps or time, then repeat on the other side
- Start with your feet hip width apart and the kettlebell on one shoulder
- Engage your core and keep your body strong as you drive the kettlebell straight up above your head
- Control it back down to your shoulder then repeat for desired reps or time
- Switch kettlebell to the other side and go again!
COMPLETE EACH EXERCISE FOR 10 REPS BOTH SIDES AND REPEAT FOR 3 ROUNDS
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