Kettlebell AMRAP Workout.

Today I am bringing to you an AMRAP workout inspired by Heather Roberton.

Now.. what does AMRAP stand for?

“As many reps as possible.”

I tried Heather’s version and loved it.

But at home, I only have Kettlebells and a barbell after minimizing my workout equipment. So what did I do?

Well, naturally I made a total body Kettlebell AMRAP of course.

We’re going to be focusing on a little bit of everything and getting some cardio in!

We have FOUR different sets with FOUR moves each. Each set will be FIVE minutes long (with a break in between) and you’ll be performing each move for EIGHT reps before moving to the next.

The goal here is to get “as many reps as possible” in while maintaining form. You can check out Heather’s AMRAP workout HERE to see it in action.

If you don’t have a Kettlebell, one “medium”weight dumbbell will do (I used 20 & 25lbs Kettlebells for reference).

Be sure to for 5-10 minutes before beginning the workout and cool down after.

Let’s do this!

Total Body Kettlebell AMRAP (inspired by H.R):wp-1618760550458.jpgSet timer: FIVE minutes ON and 45 Seconds REST in between each set.

Set #1

  1. Goblet Squat
  2. Chest Press w/ Bridge Hold
  3. Full Body Crunch
  4. Jumping Jacks

Set #2:

  1. Deadlift
  2. Bentover Row
  3. Mountain Climbers (8 per side)
  4. 1-Arm Swings (alternating)

Set #3:

  1. Deadlift to Goblet Squat
  2. Press to Overhead Tricep Extension
  3. Bicycle Crunches (8 per side)
  4. Burpees

Set #4:

  1. Sumo Squat to Overhead Press
  2. Kettlebell Swings
  3. Bear Push Backs
  4. Skaters

*Disclaimer: Please be mindful that this is my OWN personal workout. Before beginning any fitness routine, please consult your health care provider.

For more of my workouts, click HERE.

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