25 Best Kettlebell Workout Routines

25 Best Kettlebell Workout Routines

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Over the years I’ve had the pleasure of teaching thousands of Kettlebell Classes and during this time I’ve kept notes as to which kettlebell training workouts were the most successful and ultimately the most effective. Below you will find a list of my top 25 Kettlebell Workout Routines for men and women.

The workouts are in no particular order but if you are looking for kettlebell workout routines for beginners then I suggest you start with the Perfect Pair as it involves 2 fundamental kettlebell training exercises. You can click on any of the kettlebell training workouts to watch the video and find out more.

25 Kettlebell Workout Routines

For a more structured kettlebell workout plan see my:

12 Week Workout Programs

It is one thing to be able to follow a Kettlebell Workout Routine but if you are looking for kettlebell circuit ideas then being able to create you own is very powerful. Below I have listed some Kettlebell Training Workout Formats that you can use in order to start designing your own kettlebell workout routines.

14 Kettlebell Workout Routine Formats

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi this is my first time here and I loved the article about kettlebells but I have tried it yet and I will try to do some workouts which you have mentioned, and very nicely arranged workouts which any beginner can follow Thanks and keep up the great work going

  2. Andreaz Olunateko says

    This’s the most wonderful thing to happen in my life! Since I joined l have no problem with running out of ideas while training my clients. Keep up the good job Greg….you are a bedding. Thanks

  3. Rachel says

    Love what you’ve done! I’m 44 & been at gyms since aged 16. Always been fit and slim and relatively strong. In the last 6 months I’ve set up a small home gym with kettlebells and your site is exactly what I need to stay on track and learn. Here’s my question. With having a gym mindset, thinking that I can do a 4 minute workout and be strong and fit makes me very nervous! I’m keen to understand things like frequency, duration, and strength / cardio in that mix too on a weekly basis. Thanks!

    • says

      As with all exercise Rachel it comes down to your goals. Once you can clearly define what you want to achieve then you can build a program around that. For many people just building a regular exercise habit is the first step and in 4 minutes you can get a lot done without putting you off exercise all together :-)

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