Just planning on getting a pair of kettlebells to train outdoors, but Im not sure what types of exercises are the most optimal depending on the are...

Just planning on getting a pair of kettlebells to train outdoors, but I’m not sure what types of exercises are the most optimal depending on the area I want to train. Can you redpill me on kettlebell training programs or something the like? All I can find on the internet is influencers trying to sell you their newest shit

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Was gonna buy kbs as well but then watched the famous Enter The Kettlebell by Tsatsouline and there's like 0 hypertrophy exercises and it's all kinda fucking weird.
    Eh I dunno maybe dumbbells are better

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What? Lift heavy shit and put them down. Why wouldn't kettlebells work at that?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      everything you can do with a dumbbell you can do with a kettlebell, its just easier to do swings with kettlebells. swings are basically just a cardio version of deadlifting. you can take literally any dumbbell program and just use kettlebells with it and its basically the same thing, the kb is just an offset weight so it will hit muscles a bit differently but its really not that serious unless you're some advanced bodybuilder

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    would recommend competition kettlebells because they have a uniform size that should work for all the common exercises for you.
    with other kinds you might find you can't hold them correctly in all movements because of the size or shape of the handle.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Are you planning on just doing outdoor training, or is this as well as strength training in the gym?

    If this outdoor training is all you intend on doing; KBs alone isn't ideal, get some gym rings as well so you can train pull ups and dips as well, together with a kettlebell you have all you need.

    And don't get a pair right off the bat. Getting one 16kg is a good starting point.

    This is what i do on days when i can't make it to the gym:

    RINGS:
    > Pull ups 5 sets to failure
    > Dips 5 sets to failure
    > Ring rows 3 sets of 15

    KETTLEBELL:
    > Clean & Press (one handed) 3 sets of 10-15
    > Renegade Rows 3 sets of 10-15
    > Overhead Squats 3 sets of 10-15
    > Alternate handed swings 3 sets of 15-20

    Once you can do the full sets of each with good form, then buy a heavier kettlebell. then continue.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >not including Turkish Getups

      TGU's are a MUST-do movement with kettlebells. And I'd also recommend B-Stance romanian deadlifts. They seem simple but they will BLAST your erector spinae hard core.

      Was gonna buy kbs as well but then watched the famous Enter The Kettlebell by Tsatsouline and there's like 0 hypertrophy exercises and it's all kinda fucking weird.
      Eh I dunno maybe dumbbells are better

      >hypertrophy exercises
      Please don't speak about physiology if you don't understand it.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        > Please don't speak about physiology if you don't understand it.
        Name 3 (three) hypertrophy exercises from Enter The Kettlebell

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          hypertrophy results from stressing the muscles, homie.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          There's really none, youre right. I fuck with kettlebells, follow some kb instagram dorks. They fit as fuck but all look dyel, but they dgaf i guess coz they know they're strong. Personally i use them for lower back/core exercises or on a rest day when im bored.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My plan is just getting them as a substitute for gym. A monthly payment is not something I can afford right now since they just fired me, but don’t want to stay at home waiting for my resumee to reach a good place, hence the kettlebell.

      Is enter the kettlebell a good place to start? I’d get rings as well but I don’t if there’s a suitable place to use them near my house, might have to do some research

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Enter the kettlebell is a very solid resource - I'd also recommend Mark Wildman on youtube; good concise instructional videos, very little in the way of shilling.

        would recommend competition kettlebells because they have a uniform size that should work for all the common exercises for you.
        with other kinds you might find you can't hold them correctly in all movements because of the size or shape of the handle.

        Seconding this - I find the lighter hardstyle KBs shitty to use because the smaller ball part is uncomfortable. Also make sure whatever you get is made of metal; cheap vinyl kettlebells are not fit for purpose and you'll waste your money.

        Was gonna buy kbs as well but then watched the famous Enter The Kettlebell by Tsatsouline and there's like 0 hypertrophy exercises and it's all kinda fucking weird.
        Eh I dunno maybe dumbbells are better

        Optimal training for bodybuilding is barbell lifting. Most kettlebell training is designed around strength endurance, because generally the weight doesn't change, so you progress by adding volume. If you do it right, you will become more muscular, but not in the same way you would with a barbell hypertrophy program; they're different things.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    A pair of KBs, Russian Swings, Goblet Squats, Hammer Curls and Clean To Press. Good shit for shoulders and back in general. Also farmer's walks for cardio to get the blood pumping before working out.

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >bought a kettlebell last year
    >was $30
    >thought I'd get another of the same now
    >it's now $80
    fucking why. will probably just buy it and take the L.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Dont spent more than like $1/lb. You can get them on Amazon for about that.

      My plan is just getting them as a substitute for gym. A monthly payment is not something I can afford right now since they just fired me, but don’t want to stay at home waiting for my resumee to reach a good place, hence the kettlebell.

      Is enter the kettlebell a good place to start? I’d get rings as well but I don’t if there’s a suitable place to use them near my house, might have to do some research

      You can use the kettlebell like a dumbell and do rows and curls, extensions, ohp, goblet squats, etc.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I'm dead set on getting kettlebells
    >uhhh IST how do I actually use these
    Every time. Fucking go lift a barbell you retarded, Joe Rogan Jocko weekend warrior gay. Fuck you.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Whats your issue dude? Mommy didn’t love your fatty summer rolls enough?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Post body then, big guy

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I only train outside with kettlebells. It's straight fire and anyone who shits on this method is big gay.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Kettlebells are really good for strengthening your core. Swings, deadlifts, squats and lunges.

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Here is the qrd: do snatches and the sport thing they do with two bells.

    Everything else is pussyfooting

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