Why You Should Include Kettlebells to Your Workout Routine

Alex Curtis

There are a myriad of benefits of incorporating kettlebells into your workout routine every day. Kettlebells offer a change from the standard body weight, dumbbell, barbell and machine workout routines. You’re adding a new stimulus to your routine that can be used for resistance training, cardio conditioning, core prep, and grip strength

1. Resistance Training

The shape of the kettlebell allows you to train for strength and power differently than barbells and dumbbells where the weight is generally evenly distributed. Try adding kettlebells to the ends of your barbells when bench pressing and try to keep them balanced while you press. It’s a different game entirely.

Use them in your arm workouts to build your wrist stability and grip strength. One way to do this is to replace regular dumbbell hammer curls with kettlebell hammer curls. Another way you can do this is by doing tricep kickbacks with kettlebells instead…

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