- This 10-Minute Kettlebell Workout is a tried and tested total body workout. And yes, you can really get a great workout in just 10 minutes.
- For Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced Levels: This program can be tailored to your individual fitness level by simply using a lighter kettlebell weight or a heavier kettlebell weight. Easier exercise variations are also prescribed for beginners with more difficult options being included for intermediate to advanced users.
- The Workout: Learn the exercises and get the Workout PDF below so you can follow along at home or the gym today.
- Keep reading to learn why this is a great way to train when your time is limited!
How To Perform This 10 Minute Kettlebell Workout
This 10 Minute Kettlebell Workout is designed with simplicity and efficacy in mind while still positively impacting all major muscle groups. I’ve selected 4 of the best KB exercises to build your cardiovascular health and entire body strength all within the allotted time frame of 10 minutes.
You can perform this workout 3-4 times per week as your entire workout or you can include this 10-minute workout sequence as a segment of your longer duration home or gym routines.
Selecting the correct kettlebell weight is crucial for guaranteeing the safest and best results. Both users at the beginner and intermediate levels should start with lighter weights and increase accordingly as they refine these exercises.
As a general, rule I select and organize all kettlebell weights before beginning this routine. In doing so I can guarantee a seamless workout as this program moves along at a rather quick pace.
“Work” is not measured in reps during this workout, but instead in “seconds of work” followed by “seconds of rest.” Workout volume is measured in sets.
Exercises In This 10 Minute Kettlebell Workout
Did you know that performing the kettlebell halo in the half kneeling and tall kneeling positions is one of the most effective ways to warm-up your deltoid muscles and increase the health and mobility of your shoulder joints. Additionally, the half kneeling pose challenges lower body motor control while the tall kneeling pose challenges lower body stability.
Pro Tip: Get creative. For best results include this 10-minute workout sequence as a segment of your full-length home or gym sessions. It’s a perfect way to challenge your muscular and cardiovascular endurance!
Workout Routine Overview
Begin with one knee on the floor with it placed directly under your hip. Your other knee should be placed out front forming a 90-degree angle with its placement directly over your front foot. Your body position is tall and erect with good posture.