Kettlebell – Body Weight – Sandbag Circuit Workout

Okay, I’ve got a fun workout for you today. We did this circuit in my boot camps and they enjoyed it so much that I HAD to put it on video.

Add this to your routine and let me know in the comments how you did!

Video Recap

We did a GREAT circuit in our boot camp this morning and I thought I’d break it down and share it with you on video. This is a great one you can do if you run a boot camp yourself. It’s also a great one you can do with your training clients or at home if you have the basic equipment.

This is four different exercises and we’re going to set our timer for 45 seconds of work and 15 seconds of rest. You’ll do anywhere from three to six rounds of this depending on your fitness level, intensity and what you’re using it for. You can use it as a workout finisher or as a stand-alone workout.

The first exercise is a two hand kettlebell swing. Do 45 seconds of PERFECT reps. Of course if you want to switch it up a little bit you can add to the intensity by doing one arm swings or hand to hand swings. It’s your choice but the basic variation is the two hand swing.

Next you’re going to do a pushup with a sandbag pull through. Get a sandbag and set it up on your left side to start with. Get in your push up position. Do your push up and then get into a wide stance with your feet. Get braced, reach across and pull the bag through to the other side.

You can do a knee pushup and then go up to the toes for the pull through if you’d like. If you really want to make it hard, add a burpee in between each one.

Then we’re going to go to an inverted row. You can use a TRX or Lebert Equalizer. 45 seconds of inverted rows using any grip you want to. You can go with a parallel grip, mixed grip…whatever you choose.

Then you’re going to do a shuttle sprint. If you have room, run back and forth between the cones. Or high knees run in place for 45 seconds if you’re working in a small space.

So that is a little smoker of a circuit right there! That’ll get you out of breath as you can see. If you liked this workout, check out my new and improved kettlebell weekly workouts program.

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