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Free Kettlebell Workouts | The People's Free Kettlebell Workout Warehouse Free Kettlebell Workouts The People's Free Kettlebell Workout Warehouse Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home Post navigation ← Older posts 3 months – Day 3 Posted on August 31, 2015 by Tom Reply Here’s another 10 minute workout. I plan to begin with 10 minutes on the rebounder (mini-trampoline) to get my lymph system and cardio system going… Can’t think of a better warm-up. Quite frankly I was so sore form the first two days workouts that I was proud I motivated to do just the rebounder. Today after arriving at a late lunch I crashed… Even with the minimal exercise I’m doing my whole food rhythm shifts. I need more small meals throughout the day to kee my blood sugar up and keep me energized… I’m still spinning a bit after eating my lunch. Here’s the workout you can do if you are in better shape than me… which you probably are. Go get it. I’ll find another good 30 minute one for tomorrow. Posted in 3 Months, About Me, Kettlebell Workouts | Leave a reply 3 months – Day 2 Posted on August 30, 2015 by Tom Reply Felt good after yesterday’s first workout. It’s true that exercise is one of the world’s best productivity tools. Am I in overwhelm with too much to do? Guess what. Stop. Workout now. Here is my workout for Day 2. Being as I’m such a fat bastard… I may do some more cardio before and after the kettlebells using a small trampoline. Recording a video of yourself working out sucks… but serves for motivation. I hope no one sees this thing until I’m totally fit and laughing at the funk that I let myself get sucked down into. I think my brain let me think I was in better shape than I really am. That’s a mean motivation robbing fantasy trap Other game-changers include making a simple “vision book”, face the fears that drive our procrastination. Create a vision of the new me. I like working our with all the random people who have put kettle-bell workouts up on Youtube. This couple made me smile. Lots of energy. I got through the 25 minutes but substitute some situps and easier kettlebell swings. I was using a heavy weight… and am presently out of shape… so this thing really stretched me. That{s the idea. I plan to stretch in the middle of the day and drink tons of liquids. I’ll also be drinking some grapefruit oil with my water to help detox all the toxins that will be leached out of my burnt fat… funky to think about but real. I beleive that is one reason why I feel like crap sometimes after workouts instead of high energy. I’m successful at burning fat but I am also releasing all those stored toxins into my bloodstream. I am also going to pick out tomorrows workout now… so it is ready to go in the morning and I don’t have to get online on youtube before a workout… that would be almost certain distraction and disaster. You probably know what I mean… Posted in 3 Months, About Me, Kettlebell Workouts | Tagged Longer Kettle bell workouts 20 min + | Leave a reply 3 months Starting… now. Posted on August 30, 2015 by Tom Reply This is worth a listen: As so many of us already know, our reasons to get in shape fuel our discipline to create rituals, and our daily rituals create our results… they create who we are. Our reasons fuel our resolve, and therefore our discipline. The most powerful reason any of us can have to get in shape is to truly believe that we BELONG in shape. That that is just the way it is. Not the way it should or could be. I am a human being, an incredible sentient being evolved over eons through nothing short of the most mysterious and incredible series of events ever comprehended. It’s a big deal. You and I are on the leading edge of that miracle. We are its manifestation. Please tell me the universe didn’t go through all that trouble over the millennium just to see my fat ass lay down on the couch and watch a shitty movie. I was not meant to be a lazy, overweight, media-fed cancerous pimple on the surface of the planet. I was meant to be the amazing, beautiful, sentient being that I am. I am here to grow, thrive, realize my dreams and work with the rest of society to help everyone do the same. First on tap for me is to clean personal house and get my body right. Step one. Believe that I am a strong, powerful, healthy, thriving being. Why? Because it is true for the love of God, it couldn’t be any other way. There is no way we are not here to kick ass and take names. I feel like I’ve been distracted from that basic truth and have let myself be slapped with some extra “societal flab” let’s call it. Time to get that crap off my body! I was meant to be powerful. Step Two. Straighten out my reasons. I will get into shape firstly, because I was meant to be a strong, healthy vibrant being… I must get in shape just to bring myself in balance with the world. So things can be as they were meant to be… and to show my children that it isn’t worth getting seduced by convenience. What a price convenience has when the ease of something sows so much mental BS when I sacrifice my personal growth for a little convenience… when I take the low road, make the bad decision, I know that the deal doesn’t add up… life is about challenge, growth and development… it is not a slippery slope down a sugary grease slide into a hospital bed. I have the reasons. I must be vibrant and healthy. Step 3. Instill the rituals that create the change. Though I don’t always practice it, I am an amazingly disciplined person. I have shown it in so many areas of my life when I’ve had to. Now, I have to create healthy rituals. My fate, my well being, who I am, and my families fate depends on it, quite literally. The time is right now. I will weigh 185 pounds, have 12% body fat, and be muscular, full of energy , and vibrant. I will post my ritual here everyday for the next 3 months. I plan to do short workouts 2 times and harder workouts three times a week. I need to build from the chair lump that I slid into back into the strong vibrant human being that I am. I got some kettlebells and I will use free workouts that are available online as a guide. They seems to be versatile and are probably all I need… I could probably get by on just body weight but I like the efficiency of kettlebells. I won’t let myself buy anything else, a program, a special machine, etc… the missing link is not the gadget I was missing, or the programs, what used to be missing were the real reasons and the daily rituals. They are no longer missing. I have everything I need. Time to get to work. I will record my workouts on a timelapse camera and will show the video at the end of the three months, in hopes that it serves as motivation and spark for someone else to do the same. I’ll try not to complicate things much beyond that. I’ll post here the workouts that I do. If I overcome some odds to get my workout in, I’ll post the text into the video. We all deal with bullshit to sidetrack us. I will power through. I was going to start tomorrow… but I think I’ll start… right now. Note: Completed at 3PM on 8-30-2015 Right as I finished typing “right now” above, someone showed up for a meeting… didn’t let it go though. Almost new that would happen… Thanks for reading. Get motivated. Posted in 3 Months, About Me, Kettlebell Workouts | Tagged 3 months to change / Workout with You Tube Friends | Leave a reply Full Body Kettlebell workout for beginners Posted on December 28, 2014 by Tom Reply Just getting started. Me too. Let’s start with this for a week just to get the ball rolling. Posted in Kettlebell Workouts | Leave a reply How This Site Works Posted on February 8, 2013 by Tom Reply Are you looking for free full-length kettlebell workout videos? Great, here they are! Use the “Tags” menu off to your right to navigate to Getting Started info, Warm-ups, Short workouts, and Very Short workouts. I’ve compiled free kettlebell workout videos from across the web into these pages. The workouts are are full-length, follow along videos made by the people for the people. No more of the same boring fitness dude workout… do a kettlebell workout with folks just like yourself from all over the world who have been proactive enough to post a video of their workout. Thanks for visiting. Tell your friends. We’ll keep adding more workouts as we find them so keep coming back. Enjoy! Posted in How This Site Works | Tagged Getting Started | Leave a reply Getting Started – 2015 Posted on February 8, 2013 by Tom Reply GIFT YOURSELF TIME The biggest challenge many of us have with working out is discipline… or at least it has been for me. I was first attracted to kettlebells because of the efficiency of a kettlebell workout. My thought was, “If I can get a full body workout done in the shortest period of time than maybe I can fit it into my daily schedule and I’ll finally be on track to integrate continuous and evolving fitness into my day to day life. I’ll feel better, look better, and generally be a better person”. Simple right? My personal crux for getting my discipline on is more related to time management than the workout itself. When I wake up and think of all the things I can do with the day my personal time just hasn’t pulled rank in my current line of thinking. That clearly needs to change. Hence…. Step 1 – MAKE A DECISION – Establish the time slot. Don’t even worry about the physical workout for the entire first week. Just overcome the mental challenge of making time for the workout. That is the practice I need to nail to get the ball rolling and one of my biggest challenges to overcome. I’m guessing that I’m not alone. So, take 30 minutes and go for a walk, meditate, take care of yourself, write a note to a family member who you cherish, invest yourself in your personal you. Do it for one week… or maybe two. We know that the payoff for everyone connected to us is huge when we take care of ourselves… we just need to establish the habit. Once the habit of taking care of yourself is established… we can shape it in the direction of real physical fitness via kettlebell workouts… but for now, let’s just get over the huge underlying challenge of a disciplined dedication of our time to ourselves. Start with 30 minutes, 3 times a week in the morning as soon as you wake up. It can be an extra long shower, a bath, a walk outside, something fun, invited and easy for you. Habits are formed using a simple formula: 1) stimulus, 2) action, 3) reward. 1) Stimulus = wake up time (or some other appointed time in your schedule) 2) Action = take personal time 3) Reward = spending time on yourself doing something that feeds you. Once this pattern is repeated over and over… we’ll begin to crave our personal time slot. We’ll be addicted to it. That’s a desire we can work with. Create the time slot. Posted in About Kettlebells | Tagged Getting Started | Leave a reply Free Kettlebell Exercise Library Posted on February 5, 2013 by Tom Reply Specific videos of popular kettlebell exercises are available on this website: http://www.bodybuilding.com/exercises/finder/lookup/filter/equipment/id/10/equipment/kettlebells Just search for specific exercises or browse through their listings to get a feel for how to do things right. These are heavy weights… they can cause injury if not used carefully. Posted in About Kettlebells | Tagged Getting Started | Leave a reply Kettlebell Warm-up – Kettlebells are heavy and fast – Warmups are neccesary Posted on January 21, 2013 by Tom Reply A five-minute warm-up can change how your workout plays into your day. Skip it, suffer, decide maybe not to work out again.. fall off the track. Not cool. Much better is to take 5 minutes to warm-up, kill your workout, feel great… repeat. Here’s a straightforward warm-up that will get your core working and those shoulders warm: Posted in Kettlebell Workouts | Tagged Kettlebell Warmups | Leave a reply Found it… Great 9 minute Kettlebell Exercise Workout Posted on April 20, 2012 by Tom Reply Here’s one of the first kettlebell workouts I did… after completing I couldn’t search it out again for the life of me. I finally just came across this great free kettlebell workout today. I like this guy’s attitude… and I really enjoyed the workout. Posted in Kettlebell Workouts | Tagged Very Short Workouts: <10 min. | Leave a reply Want sore shoulders? Posted on April 20, 2012 by Tom Reply Here is a single-exercise focused workout that left my arms knowing that I had been busy… I personally like an all-around workout but I added some swings and push-ups at the end to round it out a bit. Take a look: Posted in Kettlebell Workouts | Tagged Short Workouts: 10-20 min. | Leave a reply Post navigation ← Older posts Select a CategorySelect a Category Select Category 3 Months (3) About Kettlebells (5) About Me (3) How This Site Works (1) Kettlebell Workouts (10) Tags 3 months to change / Workout with You Tube Friends Getting Started Kettlebell Warmups Longer Kettle bell workouts 20 min + Short Workouts: 10-20 min. Very Short Workouts: <10 min. Very Short Workouts: <10 min. Proudly powered by WordPress Plugin from the creators ofBrindes :: More at PlulzWordpress Plugins

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