This page contains a variety of kettlebell workout routines. Each one of these kettlebell exercises targets specific muscle groups in your body.

They are provided to highlight how helpful Kettlebell exercises can be if you want to workout your whole body.

Make your selection from the list of kettlebell workout routines below:

  • Glutes
  • Shoulders
  • Arms
  • Abs
  • Back
  • Legs

Kettlebell Workout Routines for the Glutes

These Kettlebell exercises will target your gluteal (i.e. buttock) muscles. Together they target the maximus, medius and minimus gluteal muscles.

These exercises will also help to develop your upper leg muscles.

Goblet SquatGoblet SquatOne Legged DeadliftOne Legged Deadlift
Front Squat with two kettlebellsFront Squat with two kettlebellsJump SquatJump Squat

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Kettlebell Workout Routines for Shoulders

Use this workout routine to focus on your shoulder muscles. The Halo and High Windmill are excellent warm up exercises that also help to condition your core muscles.
The Kettlebell Bottoms Up Press will help to develop coordination and power. The Chair Press is excellent for developing strength and enduarnce.

Kettlebell HaloKettlebell HaloHigh WindmillHigh Windmill
Kettlebell Bottoms Up PressKettlebell Bottoms Up PressChair PressChair Press

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Kettlebell Workout Routines for Arms

The following workout routine for Kettlebell exercises will help you strengthen the muscles in your arms. The routine specifically targets the biceps, triceps and forearm muscles.

The Figure 8 and Bottoms Up Push Up will challenge coordination and balance, while the Farmer Carryand Alternating Bottoms Up Press will help to increase and endurance.

Figure 8Figure 8Farmer CarryFarmer Carry
Alternating Bottoms Up PressAlternating Bottoms Up PressBottoms Up Push UpBottoms Up Push Up

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Kettlebell Workout Routines for Abs (Abdominals)

Kettlebell exercises can be very effective at exercising your abs. Not only do these exercises work your abs but at the same time you are increasing your coordination and working other areas such as your arms and back.

The Kettlebell Double Swing is a great Kettlebell exercise and will require work from your upper and lower abdominals, as well as your arms and shoulders. The Kettlebell Double Windmill is excellent for coordination, as is the Turkish Get Up and the Russian Twist is a superb exercise for your core muscles.

Kettlebell Double SwingKettlebell Double SwingKettlebell Double WindmillKettlebell Double Windmill
Turkish Get UpTurkish Get UpRussian TwistRussian Twist

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Kettlebell Workout Routines for the Back

Use this workout routine to strengthen your back muscles, specifically your lower back and lats (latissimus dorsis).

The Figure 8 exercise is an excellent warm up and great for coordination. The Farmers Carry will help increase strength, the Renegade Rows is a great exercise for your core, arms and shoulders and the Russian Twist will exercise your lower back as well as your abs.

Figure 8Figure 8Farmers CarryFarmers Carry
Renegade RowsRenegade RowsRussian TwistRussian Twist

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Kettlebell Workout Routines for Legs

Using this workout routine will strengthen the muscles located in your legs. It will target your hamstrings, quadriceps, hips and buttocks as well as your calves.

The Kettlebell Goblet Squat exercise is a good warm up before trying the other, more challenging exercises. Do not try the other exercises without supervision on the first few attempts.

Goblet SquatGoblet SquatDouble Clean and JerkDouble Clean and Jerk
One Handed Overhead SquatOne Handed Overhead SquatTwo Handed Overhead SquatTwo Handed Overhead Squat

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