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Kettlebell Tabata Workouts

Training with kettlebells is a beneficial way to switch up your strength and conditioning routine and can be benificial in injury rehabilitation and prevention

Training with kettlebells is a beneficial way to switch up your strength and conditioning routine and can be benificial in injury rehabilitation and prevention

Kettlebell Tabata Workouts

by Stefan Roobol
Kettlebell Tabata Workouts
Kettlebell Tabata Workouts
Kettlebell Tabata Workouts

What is it about?

Training with kettlebells is a beneficial way to switch up your strength and conditioning routine and can be benificial in injury rehabilitation and prevention.

Kettlebell Tabata Workouts

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
36Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness
Last updated
December 16, 2016
Release date
December 16, 2016
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App Store Description

Training with kettlebells is a beneficial way to switch up your strength and conditioning routine and can be benificial in injury rehabilitation and prevention.

What are Kettlebell Tabata workouts?
- Tabatas are four-minute intervals of brutal metabolic conditioning.
- They sound quite simple, but if you're doing them correctly, you will finish in a state of breathlessness.
- Traditional Tabatas consist of one exercise. Better Tabata options allow you to rotate between multiple exercises. This App offers 15 different tabata workouts
- Pick the Tabata workout that's right for you, and destroy fat in just four minutes.

With the added possibility to create your own Kettlebell Tabata Workout you have endless options.

Kettlebell and HIIT style routines both offer a great way to get in a quick intense workout that burn a ridiculously high number of calories per minute. Why not combine the two and make a workout that has the best of both worlds?