Doing Kettlebell Exercises At Home, Here Are 10 You Can Add Into Your Kettlebell Workout Routine

Adding kettlebells into your at home workouts can be beneficial in the sense that you will be able to create new and novel stimuli into your workouts and they will also make your training more fun and enjoyable. However finding new kettlebell variations can be challengings, hence we created this list so that you can find some exciting new exercises to add to your home workouts.

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Sean Klein
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Sean Klein
Published on
09/05/22
Last updated
12/01/23
In This Resource
  • The 12 Kettlebell Exercises You Can Add To Your Home Workouts
  • Sample At Home Full-body Kettlebell Workout
  • Are Kettlebell Workouts Effective Without A Bench?
  • Is Kettlebell Exercise For 10 Minutes Effective?

The 12 Kettlebell Exercises You Can Add To Your Home Workouts

Sample At Home Full-body Kettlebell Workout

Complete 3 rounds

1. Alternating KB Floor Seated Press

Complete 10 repetitions

2. Assissted Single Leg KB Straight Leg Deadlift

Complete 8 repetitions

3. Cross Chop

Complete 6 repetitions

Are Kettlebell Workouts Effective Without A Bench?

Yes, you literally only need one kettlebell to create an effective training routine.

Is Kettlebell Exercise For 10 Minutes Effective?

Yes, but only to a certain extent, 10 minute training sessions may be better for high intensity interval sessions rather than strength training.

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This resource was written by Sean Klein. Sean Richard Klein has thousands of hours of coaching experience and a BSc in Sports Science with Management from Loughborough University. He owns a gym in Bayonne France, CrossFit Essor, which runs group classes and a Personal training studio.

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