Set a clock for 25-30 minutes and complete as many rounds as possible of the following exercises.
Today’s workout is intended to get the heart rate up and as you alternate between kettlebell exercises and cardio movements. Ideally, if you have enough room or at least have access to a treadmill, you’ll run between sets. Otherwise, choose any cardio exercise that you like and do that. You’ll complete 4 tempo rounds total. If running, just pick a short distance, no more than 100 yards.
This workout follows the 20/10 Tabata timer, and all exercises are intended to be done with “lighter” weight, as the Tabata rounds are long. Each round will consist of 3 exercises that are done 6 times each. That’s 9 minutes in length. You’ll complete 3 rounds.
Same idea as Day 3 but with heavier bells and shorter rounds. Each round will now be 4:30 in length. That’s 3 times each exercise. There are 4 total rounds today.
For 3-4 minutes at a time, you’ll perform a continuous Turkish getup cycle, alternating from side to side, and never setting the bell down. The bell will transition to each hand through the Figure 8. Complete this flow 3 times.
These days can be implemented any time during the week. If your body is telling you to rest, listen to it! But remember the motto of No Days Off Fitness: Move Every Day. If you can, find another activity you enjoy doing and supplement that in on these days. Hiking, Yoga, biking; the list goes on!