The 4 Important Kettlebell Exercises For Newbies To Master + The 300 Calorie Vegetable Challenge

Happy Monday! It was really nice to sit by my parents’ pool and unwind for a bit yesterday. Plus, the cake I made was a hit. I have to say, I think it’s the best vegan dessert I’ve made yet! Now it’s back to the grind!

Last week, I had the amazing opportunity to talk with the king of the kettlebell training, Jason C Brown.

He gave me some wonderful advice (the whole interview will be posted up tomorrow), and after hearing a lot of interest from you all on using these cute little weights, I decided it was a must to focus on them in today’s show.

-4 important kettlebell exercises for newbies to master

-The Ultimate Body Burning Kettlebell Workout for beginners

I couldn’t stop the awesomeness there, even though my hair decided it had had enough.

While vegetables might not be high in calories, they are filling. The fiber combined with the bulk helps you to feel fuller faster and longer.

That’s why last week, I gave my boot campers the challenge that I am giving you today:

-Add in 300 calories of vegetables per day for the entire week and see how you feel.

-What does 300 calories of vegetables look like? It’s not as scary or hard as you think.


The 4 Kettlebell Exercises For All Newbies To Master

  • Romanian Deadlift
  • Suitcase Squats
  • Mini-Squat Toss
  • Swings

Get these 4 moves down and you’ll be a kettlebell pro in no time! Just make sure to check out the interview tomorrow for even more help such as:

What kettlebells should you start off using? 

How to avoid injuries? 

What makes kettlebells more like a yoga experience than a weight lifting one? 

The Scorcher Workout

kettlebell workout for beginners

300 Calorie Vegetable Challenge

So are you in? Think of all the fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals you’ll take in each day by trying the challenge.

Plus, meat is expensive! Eat less and save more.

What made up my 300 calories? 

1 sweet potato

1 bell pepper

1 bag spinach

1 cup okra

1 cup brussels sprouts

1 cup mushrooms

What’s your favorite vegetable?

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