Train 10 Minute Full-Body Kettlebell Workout Author: Tough Mudder Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Being at home and unable to get to the gym or your favourite class is a great reason to dig out old workout equipment that’s been gathering dust. A couple of years ago kettlebells were all the rage (we bet there’s more than a few of you with kettlebells hiding in a cupboard) and for good reason. A kettlebell workout is a great high intensity session that will get your heart pumping and build your muscles simultaneously. A kettlebell workout is also great because you don’t need to spend an hour working out with them, quick and dirty is the name of the game. This 10 minute full-body kettlebell workout is the perfect example and ideal to fit around a busy schedule. The 5 move Kettlebell Workout to Build Strength and Blast Fat Once you’ve dusted off your kettlebell, move through these five simple exercises using the video above to make sure your form is on point. For the full workout try two rounds, we promise you’ll be sweating and puffing as if you’ve done an hour long session. 1. Bent Over Row Send your hips back, keep your back flat and engage your core then pull the kettlebell into your chest. Do this on each arm for 45 seconds remembering to keep your chin tucked in and your knees soft. 2. Overhead Reverse Lunge Bring the kettlebell to your chest and then press safely and slowly up until your arm is full extended. Then starting with the opposite leg, step back into a lunge position and then continue to alternate legs for 45 seconds. 3. Sumo Deadlift High Pull Set your feet apart with the kettlebell between your legs. Pushing your hips back and your chest forward, squat down pick up the kettlebell and drive upwards bringing the kettlebell all the way to your chest. Make sure your knees are inline with your toes and drive upwards – this move is all about power. 4. Single Arm Thruster Hold the kettlebell in one hand (over the back of your wrist), squat down and then as you push back up extend your arm and push the kettlebell all the way up. Again, make sure that your knees track over your toes and keep the weight in your heels. 5. Kettlebell Swing The classic move. Take your kettlebell with both hands, spread your feet apart and swing the kettlebell back through your legs and then up in front of you (to eyebrow level). Your hips should be moving back while your chest stays forward. Looking to make the most of lockdown and train more? We’ve got home workouts and running tips to help you get moving.