The Kettlebell Goblet Squat is a great exercise for beginners. Using the squat movement pattern, it boosts leg and core strength and can be incredibly effective for increasing hip mobility and reinforcing a good posture, if you avoid making these 3 top errors.
Despite its many benefits, the Wall Sit is one of the most underutilized exercises. Probably due to it’s lack of excitement and deceiving simplicity – since you don’t need any fancy equipment and it’s not a complicated exercise to do.
But as is true with most things in fitness, simple does not mean easy or that it’s not effective.
Kettlebells are great for build grip strength, boosting cardiovascular health and increasing athletic conditioning. But what if I told you that they are also one of the best tools to use for building up muscle mass, would that be something you’re interested in? Thought so!
There are a ton of reasons why training with kettlebells should be a part of your fitness, which we’ll dive into more in another article. For the scope of this one though, let’s just assume that you already know that kettlebells will help you gain lean muscle, functional strength, increase your mobility and turn you into a fat burning machine.
Some days we feel like superheroes. We’ve gotten up early with a ready to attack the day attitude, perhaps nailed some task at work, made a charming impression on someone, reached a personal or monetary goal, etc. BUT what about when we’re having an off day?
Looking for the exercises that will give you the most bang for your buck when it comes to building muscle? Check out these three strength building exercises you need to try.