Okay, here is the hat trick of kettlebell workouts.
I hope you have enjoyed the kettlebell workouts over the last few days.
They have given me ideas on fun things to do.
Now one last one.
Enjoy and let me know how it goes!
Hey! It’s Mike Whitfield with Kettlebell Finishers and we are back again with another awesome finisher for my man, Chris Lopez. This time Chris is going to do the work and I will attempt to coach him through it.
The Manhattan Beach Workout
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This is called the Manhattan Beach finisher. Just like what Chris talked about in the other videos, you want to have a root position, abs nice and braced. Let’s go and get position!
#1 – Snatch
We’re going to start off with a snatch. We are going to do the 2010 method. Snatch for 20 seconds and then rest for 10 seconds. Chris is going to show you a few reps. Then what you do is go to the right side. Snatch is a great basic kettlebell exercise.
#2 – Goblet Squat
20 seconds and then 10 seconds of rest. See how deep is going in. He is also keeping that kettlebell nice and close to his chest and lock in the position. His elbows are glued to his sides and as he goes down his elbows are in between the thighs. Again, 20 seconds on and 10 seconds off.
#3 – Halo
This is going to shred your abs. This is a unique exercise but again it’s going to really force your core to work hard. This is very basic but very awesome. Again, we’re going to do that for 20 seconds and then 10 seconds of rest.
#4 – Clean and Press
Clean and Press
Using that same method, that same 20 seconds on and 10 seconds rest. So, it’s clean and then press. Hear how Chris is breathing, make sure you’re doing the same thing when you this finisher. Do that for 20 seconds and then 10 seconds off. And then we’re going to do the other side. Do the same thing on the right side. Good hard abs, great breathing there. Again, 20 seconds on and 10 seconds rest. Make sure you do it right.
#5 – Swing
We are going to do this off for a minute. Make sure your feet are grounded doing that hitch and hinge. Your hips are hinging. Force that kettlebell up to chest height. We don’t go any higher than that. Then again, 20 seconds on and 10 seconds off and you are going to do that for a minute.
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Mike Whitfield & Chris Lopez