Do you wany to stay fat, tight, and weak for the rest of your life?

This was my workout on Wednesday and it was a good one and, like the last one, it’s easily modifiable and requires very little equipment.

What I like most about this particular routine is that incorporates one of my new favorite movements, the kettlebell swing. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the exercise, here is a video.

The article at the link, and where I got the video says this about the move.

Once labelled “hard core”, kettlebells are now popping up in every gym, garage and backyard because of their portability and reputation for fast results.

They are the perfect portable, one-stop, biggest-bang-for-your-buck, piece of exercise equipment you’ll ever own. And if boredom wasn’t an issue the kettlebell swing is the ONLY exercise you would ever need to do in your entire life.

A bit of a stretch, perhaps, but definitely something everyone who is serious about getting in shape should at the very least try.

As with most exercises that involve a weight, you can do this at home with something you already own. I have found that a dumbell, gallon of water, or sandbag seem (while they may not be ideal) to work reasonably well.

Good luck with your fitness goals whatever they are, be careful, and always remeber…

<i>”For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come.”</i>

-Timothy 4:8


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