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Beginner Kettlebell Workout

Do This 4-Move Beginner Kettlebell Workout to Build Strength

Beginner Kettlebell Workout
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There's something about picking up a kettlebell that just makes you feel infinitely more badass, from the very first second you feel the iron in your hands. And you don't have to be a pro athlete or bodybuilder to use a kettlebell! Coach Sarah Walls, personal trainer and owner of SAPT Strength & Performance Training, Inc. (also the strength and conditioning coach for the WNBA's Washington Mystics), created a beginner kettlebell routine that suits anyone. It's just four moves, repeated five times each, for three rounds.

"You won't need too much weight to fire-up your fat burning," Sarah told POPSUGAR. Grab smaller kettlebells — she suggests between five and 15 pounds — so you can start "getting stronger with this quick but effective total-body workout."

Four moves. Five reps. Three rounds. Let's go!

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