How to Get a Full Body Workout With the VFAKB40
Looking to get into shape this year, but don’t want to spend a ton of money on equipment? Victor Fitness has you covered. Our VFAKB40 Adjustable Kettlebell allows you to customize your workout depending on your weight level. This all-in-one kettlebell provides a full-body workout. We have curated some workouts you can perform to get a full-body workout at home.
As one of the most fundamental kettlebell exercises, the kettlebell clean will have your biceps looking toned. Simply pick up the kettlebell off the ground, bringing it to the racked positions close to your chest. Repeat this exercise on both arms for a powerful workout.
Kettlebell Single Arm Chest Press
The single-arm chest press targets your chest, triceps, and deltoids. Simply lie down on the ground facing the ceiling. Hold the kettlebell handle with one hand. The bell should be touching your forearm. Press the kettlebell towards the ceiling, straightening your elbow as you go. Pause for a second and slowing bring it back down. Repeat this process as many times as you want, making sure to alternate your arms.
Kettlebell Single Arm Deadlift
Looking to work on your posture and back muscles, then try this exercise out. When lifting the kettlebell off the ground, you want to make sure to keep your back straight. You should begin to feel it down in your hamstrings and glutes, slowly reaching your lower, mid, and upper back. The exercise allows you to customize your weight level with our adjustable kettlebell.
Kettlebell Oblique Standing Side Bend
As the title suggests this workout targets and strengthens your obliques. This is the perfect workout if you are looking to lose your love handles. While keeping your back straight and holding the kettlebell, breathe in and bend to one side keeping the rest of your body stationary. Bring yourself back to the starting position and repeat the process on the opposite side.
The goblet squat is a perfect workout to get your glutes in shape! Start by holding the kettlebell at chest level by the sides of the handles. While keeping your feet shoulder-width apart, push your hips back and squat as if you are sitting in a chair. You should begin to feel it in your glutes. Push yourself up back to the starting position and repeat as many times as you want.
Kettlebell Side Lunge
If you are looking to improve your hip mobility and tone your inner thighs? Try this kettlebell side lunge workout! Hold the kettlebell at chest height, keeping the handle just below your chin. Take one large step to the side while engaging your quads and glutes into a deep lunge. Hold for a couple of seconds and bring yourself back to the starting position. Repeat these same steps with the opposite leg.
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