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The Tough Man Workout – The 2 Best Combination Strength Training Exercises For Men Today!

The Tough Man Workout – The 2 Best Combination Strength Training Exercises For Men Today!

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To be a tough man you have got to train with kettlebells my friend! I have included 2 hard hitting combination exercises here that will be enough of a workout for you to build your body into mountain of muscle and power! Take the time to read over these 2 combination drills to take your workouts up a notch to “Tough Man” status!
1. The Kettlebell Swing And Burpee Combination: For this particular combo you are going to execute a round of 30 double arm kettlebell swings immediately followed by a round of 30 burpees. Now to execute the swings you must begin with the bell at your feet. From here pick it up and execute the hip snap (by flexing and extending at your knees and hips) in order to effectively swing the bell from between your legs up to chest level. As soon as you complete 30 of these swings with a moderately heavy bell then immediately drop to the ground to finish out your 3 count burpees. To execute the 3 count burpee (or 3 step burpee) simply crouch down and place your hands flat on the ground in front of you. Once here simply kick your feet back behind you bringing your body into an upright push up position. Finally, the third and final count involves kicking your feet back up underneath your body the way you started and then stand up. All of this constitutes a single repetition. Perform 30 of these and you will see why your strength training workouts will quickly improve.
2. The Dual Kettlebell Front Squat And Then Press Combination: For this drill you will need the availability of a pair of moderately heavy kettlebells. This muscular strength training drill is not only great for the muscles, but it does wonders for your cardio as well. Set the bells on the ground between your feet. From here properly perform a kettlebell clean lift to rack the bells at your chest. Next, perform 15 squats descending far enough to allow your elbows to touch the insides of your knees. This will ensure that your squats are deep enough. Once you complete the final squat then maintain the bells at the rack position and perform 15 overhead presses. Once you have completed both combination 1 and 2 you will understand why this is called a “Tough Man” workout. Take the time to include kettlebells into your training if you want to dominant fitness and strength 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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