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Kettlebell Workout Routines: In this video, Daniel Segars from Fitness Blender guides you through a 33 minute nonstop kettlebell total body workout. Kettlebell training is a great way to build muscle strength, endurance and burn fat at the same time. If you don’t have any kettlebells, you can still do any of these workouts with a dumbbell.
The Russian kettlebell is a cast-iron or cast steel weight used in workout routines that combine cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training. They were developed in Russia in the 1700s, primarily used by farmers for weighing crops. Kettlebell workout routines were used by the Soviet army as part of their physical training and conditioning programs.
Benefits of Kettlebell Exercises
Kettlebell exercises work several muscles simultaneously and may be repeated continuously for several minutes or with short breaks. These exercises can be used to increase grip strength, build strength and endurance in the lower back, legs and shoulders.
Kettle Workout Routines Channel | Fitness Blender
Daniel Segars has worked in the fitness industry since 2000, and has a degree in Food and Nutrition. Kelli Segars has worked in the fitness industry since 2006 and has degrees in both Psychology and Sociology. Both of them have been active and involved in sports since a young age.
They started Fitness Blender because they believe that fitness should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their income. They also felt like there was a lack of reliable health and fitness information on the web, and too many people in the industry were more focused on appearance than they were on good health.
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Kelli and Daniel Segars are two of YouTube’s biggest stars, with 330 million views on their workout videos since they started in 2010. They now run the multimillion-dollar website FitnessBlender.com.