Best Lower Body Kettlebell Exercises

5 Best Lower Body Kettle Bell Exercises

Lower back exercise

Lower back exercise

In this workout you will learn the 5 most powerful lower body kettlebell exercises you can do to gain muscle and burn fat.  But, perhaps more importantly, is with these exercises you will begin to realize the flexibility kettlebell workouts offer in terms of convenience and lifestyle.

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Front Sqaut:

The first exercise is the Double Kettlebell Front Squat. So, start out by holding the KBs at shoulder height, push your hips back (don’t bend at the knees first), break parallel, squatting as low as you can while keeping your abs braced. Then drive back up.

Tactical Lunge:

The next exercise is called the Tactical Lunge, or a regular lunge with a twist. First, lunge backward and as you are lunging take the KB underneath your front thigh and switch hands. Alternate sides. Be sure to keep your torso upright throughout.

Pistol Squat:

The next lower body KB exercise is the Pistol Squat. So, place the KB at chest height and balance on one leg with your other leg out in front. Next, squat down as low as you can go, and drive back up. Do all reps for one side and then switch.

Leg Deadlift:

The 1-Leg Rear Deadlift is another great exercise to do using kettlebells. The previous exercises work the front of the thighs, whereas this will focus a lot on your hamstrings. So, hold the KB with both hands in front of you, balance on one leg and push your hips back. Now, to come back up, you will squeeze your glutes and hamstrings for a powerful contraction.

Turkish Get Up:

The last exercise is the Turkish Get-up. And although this is a great ab exercise, in fact it, like all the other exercises mentioned here, is an excellent total body exercise.

So, from a laying down position, hold the KB overhead with arm extended (do not let your elbow bend) and bend the leg on the same side as the arm holding the KB. Next, you want to lift your torso up and get into the lunge position and drive up. Now, to return back to your lying down position, drop your opposite knee to the ground, then your opposite hand, followed by bringing your leg through to the front and then drop your torso down and slowly lower back down to the ground, all while maintaining that pushed out position with the arm.

These are some incredibly effective exercises for your lower body that can be done in only a small space with just one or two kettlebells.  Simple, fast, and supremely powerful.

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  2. jack @ Order Carisoprodol Online says:

    That sounds good.I just went through the blog.The kettle bell workouts are really outstanding.In this blog there are different types of workouts mentioned.As you know each one of us want to reduce fat , for that i think kettle bell workouts will be a nice and a outstanding exercise for reducing the fats.Thanks for sharing such a useful information with us.

  3. Julian Welsh says:

    My daughter started doing kettlebell exercises and she and her husband are really fit. It’s something they have at home, so I know these can be done just about anywhere. Amazing that this has been around for so long and we’re just now hearing about it. Julian

  4. Francis@Walking Canes says:

    This exercise is so good that it will deliver results. My wife made this routine and it has payed out very well. Thanks for this! I appreciate it!

  5. great.i will follow your advice and do some kettlebell exercises for a test.if it ai availabble,i will tell people around me.

  6. Great look at the options available during kettlebell training. We don’t have to be locked into one way of training, with kettlebells we have choice. So thanks for the inspirational article.

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