Kettlebell Workouts for Women

admin | December 2, 2011 | Kettlebell Workouts

Kettlebells are the ideal choice for both beginners and women who want to sculpt their total body, develop or strengthen muscles or trim some belly fat. If that’s what you had in mind then Kettlebells are for you.

If you’re just starting, make sure that, you choose the right kettlebell size for you.

Kettlebell Weight Sizes (other sizes available):

  • 4 Kg (8.8 lb)
  • 8 Kg (17.6 lb)
  • 12 Kg (26.4 lb)
  • 16 Kg (35.2 lb)
  • 20 Kg (44 lb)
  • 24 Kg (52.8 lb)
  • 28 Kg (61.7 lb)
  • 32 Kg (70.4 lb)
  • 36 Kg (79.2 lb)
  • 40 Kg (88 lb)
  • 44 Kg (97 lb)

Women depending on your personal strength can get a between a 4 Kg (8.8lb) and 8 Kg (17.6 lb). You want to make sure that you can feel the weights in your legs which are stronger than your arms—so please don’t get an extremely lightweight. Check out kettlebell workouts for beginners for more information on starting out with kettlebells.

ketlebell workouts for womenGet into the Kettlebell Success Zone

Before you begin here are a few questions you should answer. Are you willing to give your all? Are you going to be committed to following an exercise routine, and training on a regular basis? Are you committed to make a lifestyle change? Kettlebells are easy and fun to use. But you have to exert effort and put in the time, in order to get into the kettlebell success zone.

Kettlebell Success Zone Defined

What is the kettlebell success zone? It is that place where you are determined to achieve the ultimate you. Whether it is a thinner you, a healthier you, a chiseled you, a sculpted you, a stronger you, trimmer you. Whatever your goal is that is your kettlebell success zone.

How To Get In The Kettlebell Success Zone

How do you achieve this? By choosing a kettlebell workout, signing up for kettlebell training, or just by doing simple kettlebell drills. The bottom line is that you have to decide, and then implement. You can’t straddle the fence. Having the latest rage in your home doesn’t get you on the path to strength, nor will it convert your body in to a powerhouse. Consistent . . . targeted . . . well-balanced exercise will do that.

Before you run out and start buying a bunch of DVD’s let’s make a few decisions. What do you want to target first? You abs, hips, upper body, total body, arms, legs, or buttocks. This will help you get started. But this is not where you’ll stay!

Kettlebells work your whole body so even though you may want to focus on your abs you’ll reap the benefits in other parts of your body—like more strength in your grip, or a stronger lower back.

There are many videos online to help you get started. But I want to start you off right so here are a few you search titles you can plug into YouTube to learn more.

  • Kettlebells Beginners
  • Kettlebell Workouts For Women
  • Six Beginner Exercises For Women
  • Super Basic Kettlebell Workout For Beginners and Women
  • Beginner Kettlebell Workout

Happy kettlebelling.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *