After a busy holiday weekend, I decided to re-share this following workout. This challenging session is an advanced workout that combines the kettlebell snatch (or one arm swing if you don’t know how to snatch.) and an overhead carry to get in some stability work along with your strength-conditioning.

I am a big fan of this workout and after you do it, you will be as well! So grab your kettlebell and get to work burning fat, getting stronger , train your heart and shoulder stability all in one session!

Weekly Kettlebell Workout: The Snatch Walkout!

This week’s dreaded kettlebell workout of the week is the Snatch walkout. This involves snatching a 16 kg kettlebell to 24kg for men and 12 to 16 for the ladies five times and then doing an over head walk for five steps for 10 to 15 minutes or for rounds.

In order to do this workout you will need to:

1. Know how to snatch a bell. There is no sense in trying to do something you don’t know how to do. Just do a one arm swing instead and then a rack carry or suitcase for more steps.

2.Know when to bail out and use a rack carry and a one arm swing if necessary.

The guidelines for success:

KIWK workout of the week- the drop down

  • Do all of your sets and reps with quality form. Crap only produces crap!
  • Breathe by matching your breathing with each pattern
  • Rest as much as you need to and no more.
  • Tough it out while working out ( keep in mind the results)
  • Enjoy the fat blasting effect  and raised metabolism.
Also as a gift to you; I want to share with you my free videos series on how to do the kettlebell swing properly for strength and conditioning,  Click here for it.
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