If you want to step up the intensity of your kettlebell workout routine then you have to attempt some of your kettlebell lifts in the pool. Aquatic exercises are challenging enough with your own body weight, but with the kettlebell you experience a whole new world of physical exertion. I assure you that your muscles will respond very rapidly to this particular workout along with your cardiovascular system.
You see the thing about training in the water is that your body is buoyant, but the iron bell is not. Your body experiences the sensation of being lighter, but the ancient kettlebell is just as heavy as always! This combination sure puts a twist on your kettlebell workout routine. The key is to find some water (like in a pool) with the water at about belly button depth. From here the key is to perform lifts as usual against the resistance of water. Swings, snatches, and jerks are a great combination of lifts for a great aqua fitness workout! I promise if you give this one a try that your muscles will respond as fast as ever to the intensity of the aquatic kettlebell workout! Remember that anyone can train hard, but only the best train smart. Give it a try.