Thursday, June 28, 2012

RKS: Reinhardt Kettlebell System Review: Workouts Five & Six

Here are my reviews of workouts five & six of RKS: Reinhardt Kettlebell System! The workouts in the set get progressively more challenging and each disc contains two workouts! You choose your kettlebell weight to dictate the intensity of your workout- making this a great set for all fitness levels! Check out all of my RKS reviews by clicking the tab above or click here.

RKS: Reinhardt Kettlebell System: Disc Three
Owen Evans, 2011 ***** (5 of 5 stars)

This disc contains two workouts, both done in the fabulous outdoor set overlooking the city.These workouts are done voiceover and there are 2 backgrounders that give you a side view of their form. The disc also includes a w/u & c/d and music options. You will only need a kettlebell for these workouts and they are performed barefoot. The discs come in a very secure cardboard book that keep everything safe.

Workout Five: (31 min) This is a strength ladder workout (1 rep right- 1 left, 2 right- 2 left, and then 3 right- 3 left) . Exercises include Kettlebell press for 15 min and then one hand swings for the remaining 15 minutes with a 1 minute rest in between. You can rest as needed during the w/o.

Workout Six: (17 min) This is a conditioning workout where you perform each exercise for 40 seconds followed by 20 seconds of rest. You perform the circuit 3 times with a 1 min rest in between. Exercises include 2 hand swings, push press- 20 seconds per side, alternating side lunge, rows -20 seconds per side, and squatting burpees.

As always excellent and form pointers! Lots of great full body strength exercises that provides a great cardio benefit-some of these have me huffing & puffing! The workouts in the set are very different from each other & provide great variety! This set is totally appropriate for the beginner through advanced exerciser as it includes an instructional dvd and you can easily adjust the intensity of your workout depending on the weight of your bell. And the timed intervals allow you go at your own pace. I received this dvd to review. 

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