60 minute advanced glute workout with kettlebells

Here's everything you need to try our 60 minute advanced glute workout with kettlebells. For each circuit, complete each exercise one after the other and repeat it for 3 rounds before continuing on to the next circuit.

60 min read
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Sean Klein
Last updated
09/02/24
In This Workout
  • Circuit 1
  • Single Arm KB Deadlift in Wide Stance
  • KB Walking Deadlift
  • KB Deadlift
  • Circuit 2
  • KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift
  • Away from Body KB Straight Leg Deadlift
  • Offset KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift
  • Circuit 3
  • Offset KB Walking Deadlift
  • Assissted Single Leg KB Straight Leg Deadlift

Circuit 1

Complete this round 3 times.

Single Arm KB Deadlift in Wide Stance

Complete 10 repetitions

Coaching Tips For Single Arm KB Deadlift in Wide Stance

Follow these cues to perform Single Arm KB Deadlift in Wide Stance correctly:

  • Keep hips and shoulders square
  • Keep an arch in the lower back
  • Only hinge to where you are able to maintain a good position.

KB Walking Deadlift

Complete 9 repetitions

Coaching Tips For KB Walking Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform KB Walking Deadlift correctly:

  • Make sure as much weight is going through the front foot and the back foot has the toes pressed into the floor
  • Only hinge to where your able to maintain an arch in the lower back.

KB Deadlift

Complete 14 repetitions

Coaching Tips For KB Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform KB Deadlift correctly:

  • Bend at the knee and the hips, folding into the hip crease
  • Use the hamstrings and lower back
  • Keep a neutral spine throughout
  • Keep the upperback tight and maintain an arch in the lower back.

Circuit 2

Complete this round 3 times.

KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift

Complete 12 repetitions

Coaching Tips For KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift correctly:

  • Maintain an arch in the lower back throughout
  • Use the back leg in a kickstand as a guide, remain on your toes.

Away from Body KB Straight Leg Deadlift

Complete 12 repetitions

Coaching Tips For Away from Body KB Straight Leg Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform Away from Body KB Straight Leg Deadlift correctly:

  • Keep the KB underneath your shoulders with the elbows locked
  • This will put more pressure on your lower back but will still target the hamstrings
  • Maintain an arch in the lower back.

Offset KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift

Complete 12 repetitions

Coaching Tips For Offset KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform Offset KB Staggered Stance Straight Leg Deadlift correctly:

  • Do not let the single kettlebell cause any rotation in the upperbody
  • Maintain an arch in the lower back throughout
  • Use the back leg in a kickstand as a guide, remain on your toes.

Circuit 3

Complete this round 3 times.

Offset KB Walking Deadlift

Complete 11 repetitions

Coaching Tips For Offset KB Walking Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform Offset KB Walking Deadlift correctly:

  • Make sure as much weight is going through the front foot and the back foot has the toes pressed into the floor
  • Only hinge to where your able to maintain an arch in the lower back
  • Keep hips and shoulders square.

Assissted Single Leg KB Straight Leg Deadlift

Complete 9 repetitions

Coaching Tips For Assissted Single Leg KB Straight Leg Deadlift

Follow these cues to perform Assissted Single Leg KB Straight Leg Deadlift correctly:

  • Keep the shoulders and hips square
  • Feel the tension in the hamstring
  • Keep the kettlebell close to the body
  • Maintain an arch in the lower back.

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