Armour Building Kettlebell Complex

Got another complex workout for you today.

In the article we posted on the blog a couple of days ago, I talked two great ways to use complexes:

1 – As a tough “finisher” at the end of your strength training workout

2 – As a stand – alone training session to replace your cardio

Another way I you can use complexes that I didn’t mention is as a strength workout by themselves – IF you program them correctly.

A great example is Dan John’s infamous Armour Building Kettlebell Complex. I learned and this one at the RKC II from Dan himself about three years ago – TOUGH stuff.

The Armour Building Kettlebell Complex consists of:

– 2 double cleans

– 1 double military press

– 3 front squats

Here’s a good video on how to do it:

You ideally use the heaviest weight you can press for 1-3 reps, to really get the most out of it.

Go for 15-20 minutes, and get as many HIGH QUALITY sets as you can with GOOD FORM in the allotted time.

Simple, but VERY effective for building strength.

Give that one a try and let me know how it goes for ya! :)

Have a great day, and talk soon –

Forest

PS – When you pick up a copy of Challenge Complexes on my recommendation (includes 35 MORE complex workouts like the one in today’s article) … because I think it’s a fantastic program, and I think you’ll really benefit from purchasing it … I’m going to throw in a copy of my “Kettlebell Complex Scorcher” program.

This is a full program based around a brutal kettlebell complex that you’ll focus on progressing and improving upon over a four week period. It includes a manual in PDF format and a coaching video walking you through how to do the exercises in the workout.

All you have to do to get this FREE is:

– Click THIS link (or any other one in this message)
– Pick up a copy of Challenge Complexes on my recommendation
– Forward your Clickbank email receipt to my assistant at fvtcustomerservice (at) gmail.com

And we’ll send you access to your FREE copy of my Kettlebell Complex Scorcher program!

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