It’s really important to know exactly how to “scale” a kettlebell workout for different fitness levels.
It gives you the ability to perform nearly ANY routine you find – no matter your ability and/or training skill.
For example – in my kettlebell boot camp, I give folks a “basic” version, an “advanced” version, and an “extreme” version of every exercise we do. This way, beginners, intermediate-level folks, and folks that have been training hard for months or years can ALL get a great workout – at the same time, from the same workout, all in the same group.
It’s also the approach we took with my Invincible Body 12 Week Hybrid Training program – both in the main manual and in the walk – through videos, I show EVERYONE, from beginner to advanced, how they can “substitute” properly, and make each exercise PERFECTLY scaled for THEM, and exactly where THEY are at.
Check out a complete list of kettlebell exercise alternatives at the link below:
And learn morea about The Invincible Body here:
In summary, just because you can’t do a kettlebell exercise, it doesn’t mean you can’t do workout that includes it. You just need the right kettlebell exercise alternatives.
Use this list next time you’re in a pinch
Train hard, talk soon –
– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Kettlebell Instructor
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