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/ by Amanda Ware / photos by James Patrick

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4 kettlebell movements for a full-body workout

Put down your typical dumbbells and enter a new world of kettlebells. These weights are versatile, compact and help to build power, muscle and burn body fat. Through the use of the kettlebells, we are adding a new dimension to classic moves. Before you know it, they will be a part of your regular routine. The following four movements in this total-body, cardio-andstrength workout are a true test of mobility, endurance and resilience.

How it Looks Do exercises for time: Deadlifts to rows to lunges to swings Deadlifts: 45 to 60 seconds Rows: 45 to 60 seconds per arm Lunges: 45 to 60 seconds per leg Swings: 30 seconds Repeat X4, increasing kettlebell weight as you get stronger

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ScottsdaleHealth

05/18

Amanda Ware has been teaching indoor cycle classes, competing in multiple sports (most recently triathlons) and coaching high level volleyball players for over a decade. In 2015, she added yoga to her resume via a 200-hour Power Yoga Teacher Training. She joined the TruFusion team in 2017 and began to expand her knowledge of kettlebells through hours of training with Senior Master instructors from the Las Vegas mother ship studio. Amanda delivers a commanding, empowering, passionate and invigorating class. Her class is guaranteed to leave you feeling strong, energized and ready to take on whatever comes your way. Check out one of her classes at TruFusion Scottsdale and FIND YOUR EDGE! 

Scottsdale Health May 2018  

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Scottsdale Health May 2018  

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