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Full body
 Kettle Bell
The kettle bell is such a simple yet effective piece of equipment to add to your training arsenal. When used correctly they offer an effective way to build functional strength and conditioning. These movements will boost total body strength including core stability as well as torching body fat.
1. Goblet Squats 1 Stand with feet shoulder width apart and toes pointed slightly outward.
Cup the ball of the kettle ball in the palms of your hands.
Keeping your back straight and head forward, bend your knees and lower yourself into a full squat position (butt as low to the ground).
Complete 3 sets of 15 reps
Perform 12-15 reps of each exercise for 3 sets, resting 1 1/2 - 2 minutes between sets.
           2. Reverse Lunge with KB cross-under 1 Stand upright with the KB in you right hand.
With your right leg step back into a lunge position. Keeping your back upright and chest forward pass the KB under your left leg to your left hand.
With the KB in your left hand bring your right leg forward to the start position. Repeat on other side.
Complete 3 sets alternating legs, 10 reps each side.
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