The Kettlebell Guide:
Time to build muscle with
The Kettlebell Guide 5
How to correctly work the spine:
Follow Paul Fallows tips
Jamie Lloyd tells his back story
Sue Pike reveals how kettlebells helped her
overcome a back injury
Interview with award-winning drug-free weight lifter Steve Angell
Extra equipment to help you train
Usual suspect catch up
Safe training guide
16 pages of exercises to strengthen the core
Warm-ups: Back special issue
Why you should drink water to lose fat and train better
Walking Swing / Halo Swing / See-saw Press / Double Windmills / Renegade Row / Side Lean / Side Press / Sots Press
Issue 5 – time to move on to those more challenging exercises. The more you have in your repertoire, the easier it becomes to sustain a regular training discipline.
Think you’ve mastered working out with one kettlebell? Maybe it’s time to pick up a second and test your body a bit more. However, we must stress that you should have fully mastered the previous exercises and built up your strength, before pushing your body too far. These aren’t exercises for the novice lifter, and if you’re unsure about working them with your current weight, go for a lighter kettlebell and work your way up. Better still, seek out a qualified instructor.
Also in his issue, Rob Beauchamp discusses the important of muscles and strength for your lifelong health and fitness. He also offers a few workouts to help you gain optimum strength. Finally, read Meghan Lamont’s diet feature about food intolerances and how they can slow down weight loss.
Each kettlebell exercise includes a video demo too.