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Get Real Results – 2 Best Strength Training Exercises For Men That Are Serious About Results!

Get Real Results – 2 Best Strength Training Exercises For Men That Are Serious About Results!

Strength training workouts for men that are serious about fitness should be about results! If you want results then you should incorporate kettlebell training into your personal fitness and strength program. By now you may be familiar with this ancient device and know that it has forged some of the greatest body’s on the planet for over three centuries. Take your fitness and strength to all new heights. Here are a couple of kettlebell exercises to kick your bodybuilding and strength training program up a notch.
1. Overhead Kettlebell Press And Walk: If you are looking to kick your program up a notch then this exercise will certainly do the trick. Before you begin this drill make sure that you have the availability of a moderately heavy kettlebell and some open flat walking space. Mark off a distance of about 20 yards with your walking area. Start with the bell at one end of the 20 yard walking lane. Properly clean and press the kettlebell over your head. From here you are just simply going to walk the 20 yard distance carrying the load of the bell overhead. Make sure that you keep your shoulder and elbow locked out throughout the walk. This is a very exerting drill and is a great strength training exercise for your stomach and core muscles.
2. The Single Arm Kettlebell Swing: For this strength training drill you will need the availability of a single kettlebell of moderate resistance. Set the bell between your feet with your feet about shoulder width distance apart. Grab the bell toward the inner portion of the handle. Hook your grip by grabbing the kettlebell handle and rotating your hand so that your knuckles point directly at the sphere of the bell. Pick the bell up and begin performing the hip snap to swing the bell. The hip snap is performed by you having to constantly and fluently flex and extend at both your knees and hips to build the momentum to swing the kettlebell. 
As you swing the bell allow your forearm to rotate to a thumbs down position at the bottom of the swing. As the bell ascends to the top of the swing allow your forearm to rotate back to a palms down position. If you haven’t introduced kettlebell training into your personal program then you are only cheating yourself a missing out on a REAL man’s results oriented fitness program! Remember that anyone can train hard, but only the best train smart.
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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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