Kettlebell Press, Row, Swing Ladder

I have been doing quite a bit of double kettlebell work lately. Using double bells instantly increases the intensity of any kettlebell skill you are working on and I’ve found that it is a great way to improve both strength and conditioning.

That said, you shouldn’t jump to double bells before you have sufficient proficiency with the single bell skills. When you are ready to make the leap one thing to keep in mind is that you will likely need to scale down the weight used until you get used to the double kettlebell skills.

So today’s finisher utilizes a pair of kettlebells, thus upping the difficulty. If you only have a single kettlebell you can easily modify the workout to perform the push presses and swings with each arm. Here’s the setup:

For Time,
3A) Double KB Push Press x 10, 8, 6, 4, 2
3B) Recline Row x 10, 8, 6, 4, 2
3C) Double KB Swing x 10, 8, 6, 4, 2

Here’s a quick demo video:

After watching this one again I think I’m going to use this as a finisher in the next day or two. With all the double kettlebell work I’ve done lately I am shooting to beat my time from this video (5:24) while using a pair of heavier kettlebells.

If you’re up to the task, give it a shot and let me know how you do!

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