This week’s title seems kind of funny. Doesn’t it ? Isn’t that say bottom ‘s up a drinking phrase? The answer is yes, it is. But in the world of kettlebells training as you may know, it is way of placing the  kettlebells handle down and the bottom up to make strength gains, enable people with bad shoulders to press at times , build grip , stability and s to improve your overhead press technique. So yes, bottoms up to your strength. Now let’s get on to this week’s workout!

Weekly Workout: Bottoms up to your strength (an intense kb workout)

( the Bottom’s up donut press a super advanced variation brought to you by yours truly)

The Bottom’s up variations are a bit advanced and only should be done in lower reps and by those who have been training with kettlebells for a while. If you however are beginning to do them, then do 1 to 3 reps each time as you do this week’s straight workout. As a side note, if you want to know if you are ready for bottom’s up, can you keep your wrist straight   on your other kb drills? If the answer is no, work on that and then move on to b.u. Otherwise you will regret trying to do the more advanced stuff, when you don’t have the basics down.

This week’s workout is done by doing:

1 B.U. clean to press up to 3 rungs
10 1 arm swings
suitcase carries 50 steps a side

Repeat this for 10 minutes while getting in as many quality rounds as you can and if you need a back off move for the B.U.P use a regular press or a push-press.

Have fun destroying fat and building strength with this workout and the other weekly workouts!

Once again we have your guidelines for success

  • 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.

Click here to get my Ultimate Kettlebell swing Tutorial and workout series. This series will not teach you the swing,  but show you  how to train with it to get to your goals!

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