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Elite Level Cardio – The Best Cardio Workout For You To Do Right At Home Is Here!

Elite Level Cardio – The Best Cardio Workout For You to Do Right at Home is Here!

Superior cardio exercises at home don’t require a lot of equipment, but the following powerful workout will require the use of kettlebell training. As a strength and conditioning specialist I can think of no better way for you to get a powerful cardio workout than by implementing the use of kettlebell circuits! Read on and apply the following workout to your personal program if you are interested in getting real results.
For this workout you will need a pair of moderately heavy kettlebells of equal weight and some flat open space. For safety and practicality you will probably want to do this workout outdoors on grass. Start by placing the bells between your feet. The objective of this kettlebell circuit is to execute a total of 5 repetitions per exercise with both bells for 5 straight exercises in a row. This is a great cardio workout for total strength, conditioning, and overall muscular endurance. 
To begin, perform a proper clean lift bringing the kettlebells to your chest. Once you have the bells at your chest then you are going to perform a push press (or jerk) lift with both bells for the recommended 5 reps. Once you complete these then follow up with a set of dual bell swings for 5 reps. The third exercise needs to involve another push-oriented exercise. For this one you are going to perform a set of see saw alternating overhead presses with the kettlebells. Once you finish these then simply drop the bells back into a swinging motion for 5 more dual bell swings for the fourth exercise of the circuit. As you finish with the swings you are to finish with another push-oriented lift by holding the bells at the rack position of the clean and doing 5 reps of dual kettlebell front squats. This concludes the gruesome kettlebell circuit. 
The key to the circuit is to primarily make sure that you alternate push-oriented lifts with pull-oriented ones. For this particular example I simply made the pull lifts (or swings) the same exercise. Take the time to learn about how to tame the iron kettlebell my friend and you will undoubtedly see why circuits like this will get you harder hitting results than most any other form of training.
If you haven’t taken the time to learn about kettlebell training then you truly missing out. Invest the time to learn even the most basic lifts and your workouts will advance tremendously. Remember that anything that is worth its weight in gold takes a bit of learning. Remember that anyone can train hard, but only the best train smart my friend! Give it a try.
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I'm a Certified Strength And Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and author. I have had over 17 years experience in MMA fitness, strength and conditoning, and athletic performance for most every sport. As an author and specialist I've written close to a million words on fitness and strength. I'm also a Muay Thai practictioner and enjoy helping others to reach their peak potential through fitness and performance.

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