This weekend I found myself in a bit of a predicament: limited time, limited equipment, and limited interest in working out.
I didn’t have access to a gym yet [I’ve been mostly working out in my bedroom since I moved into my new place], and I was working earlier and longer hours than my REM cycle would say is ideal. Between getting sick of the same bodyweight circuits and feeling like a zombie with a hangover, the usual mojo wasn’t exactly there.
But since my back has been feeling a lot better and my schedule should be getting a little more predictable soon, I wanted to get back into the swing of training.
I knew making the time to do things that are good for my health – even if it’s not something I want to do at first – always makes me feel refreshed and ready to kick ass. So after a good nap, a homecooked meal, and a little housecleaning, I cued up my Hulu+ account [no shame in watching TV while you work out at home…multitasking can be good for you!] and got to work.
I kept things short and sweet with some kettlebell supersets and a nice little finisher. This was challenging enough to feel like a decent workout – not exhausting, but definitely worked up a sweat and left my muscles a little sore when I woke up Sunday morning. It was definitely a workout that I’ll keep in my arsenal for future use, and I figured some of yall might want to give it a shot!
Since all I’ve got is one 15LB kettlebell, I used higher reps and more sets in my workout…feel free to decrease/increase the number of reps/sets if your ‘bell is heavier/lighter.
If you like this kettlebell workout, let me know! And as always, please feel free to pin it and share with your friends!