Kettlebell Exercises For Arms

There are too many Kettlebell exercises for arms! There are not many exercises that DON’T benefit them.

One thing I would say though, it is important to have a variety to your routine in order to make sure that you work out more than one muscle. In  this post I am going to run you through some killer arm exercises and you can also visit my earlier post for more examples of Kettlebell exercises.

As you will see on that page, the best exercises in general are Swings, Squats, and Windmills. These are also good for the arms, but I think Squats are more designed for other parts of the body. So let’s look at some more “arm specific” exercises.

Kettlebell Exercises For Arms

Halo

The halo might not look like much in this video, but if done more quickly and repeatedly, they will really give the arms (and abs) a great workout, you will feel an ache in muscles you didn’t even know you had.

Gunslingers

This is a nice basic exercise that will not be as difficult to perform as the Halo, but will give you great shoulders and toned arms.

Row The Boat

This phrase was coined by (I think) Ryan Shanahan and if you visualize yourself rowing a boat, you will understand how it works. It actually works out a lot more muscles than you would expect.

For a video demonstration on those two exercises, as well as many more, I would recommend you check out the below.

Now, in terms of repetitions and speeds of the exercises, it is up to you, don’t force yourself to do more than you really have to, but I would say you should aim for a minimum of ten.

These exercises are great as part of a more complete routine but make sure you are not only exercising the arms, or your body will end up looking out of proportions. If you are too exhausted after doing these exercises and cannot work on other parts of your body, then cut down on the number of exercises, just do one or two, or alternate which ones you do on which days.

In order to really ensure that you are getting a balanced workout, it would be best to perform a pre-designed routine. The one in Ryan’s video above is a good start, but it is only one segment and you will need something more complete.

Most people prefer to exercise at home with a DVD these days, but how do you choose a good one?

I have written what I like to call the “ultimate guide” to Kettlebell DVDs for women on this page, so if you’re looking for more than just a few exercises in your routine, go check it out.

 

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