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Adding Kettle Bells to the mix

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Hey guys,

 

Just getting back into training after a 16 week rest period. Goals are to increase Strength & Muscle and also just general fitness.

I'm jumping back on the Skinny Guy Routine 3 times a week.

 

Squat 20, 15

MP 3x8

Bent Rows 3x8

Bench 3x8

Curls 2x8

Dips 2xmax

 

I want to expand my training to 5-6 days a week and thought it would be great to add some KB training on my off days. The main reason for doing this is to keep my focus and get my workrate up.

 

So my questions is, how can I add KB training into the mix to maximise my performance. I obviously don't want to overtrain.

 

I've now got a pretty good range of KB's:

 

1x 64kg

1x 56kg

1x 48kg

1x 44kg

1x 40kg

2x 24kg

2x 16kg

2x 12kg

2x 4kg

 

As well as 170kg of weight, oly bar, cage & Bench and a heap of wood and crates for making raised platforms.

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16 week rest period??

what are you a bear? lol

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Welcome back :P

 

Gunna come round and have a sesh now?

 

Ghosty might be training again now too as he might be going to nationals.

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Welcome back :P

 

Gunna come round and have a sesh now?

 

Ghosty might be training again now too as he might be going to nationals.

 

yeah mate sounds good. I've been back for about 4-5 weeks now. Got 3 boys training on monday's with me and another 1 on wednesday's so keen to come out maybe later in the week or on saturdays.

 

in regards to KB's u reckon I can do complexes on my off days as cardio?

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16 week rest period??

what are you a bear? lol

 

was on my way to bear status. Am now a muur cat again.

 

ymm

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