Kettlebells can turn out to be one of the most effective parts of your fitness equipment arsenal, even though they are not commonly used. We’d recommend kettlebells to anyone who has little to no time to visit a commercial gym. That is simply because kettlebells don’t really take a lot of space, meaning that they can be used in the comfort of your own home.
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Kettlebell Exercises for Muscle Mass!
This workout targets the entire body. We have shoulder exercises, chest exercises, back exercises, as well as lower body exercises. All of them just by using a kettlebell!
Full Body Kettlebell Workout
For this article, we have prepared for you a full-body kettlebell workout, that will give a good run for the entire musculature. What that will do is simply engage different zones of the musculature in different ways and under different angles.
Barbell Upper Body Workout
For this guide, we will focus only on barbell exercises, that will target the upper body musculature, namely- The chest, back, shoulders, biceps and triceps.
Now those of you that train using an upper/lower body split, know for a fact that
Chest Dumbbell Workout
Crowded gyms are the worst nightmare for every trainee, especially when the gym is not well equipped, and has no more than 2 bench presses.
This is the exact moment when a dumbbell workout is most appropriate- you don’t
Full Body Dumbbell Workout
In the morning, you rush to your working place because you are late. At the end of a long day you are tired- The thought of hitting the gym just never strikes your mind. No worries though, hitting the gym is not always necessary, as all you need, in order to complete a nice, quick
Lower Body Barbell Workout
As we already know, serious muscle growth requires well-dosed, heavy weights, circling around 65-85% of your one repetition maximum, with the repetitions being anywhere from 6 to 15, depending on the muscle group that you are training.
Shoulder Dumbbell Workout
Overhead barbell movements are usually the king of exercises when it comes to developing the deltoids.However, diversifying the intense workouts with less intense, but more movement-control involving, unilateral exercises, will definitely lead to a positive adaptation, on a neuro-muscular level.