Today I thought I would center the workout on ye ole squat using Kettlebells and Suspension.
Squats are a great way of performing body weight exercises to help achieve results for your Personal Training clients.The squat is a whole body movement that can be driven by technique or by the goal of motion, depending on your own Personal Training style. Using 1 leg squats rather than 2 leg squats is ideal with a body weight workout because it allows the non-dominant leg to work hard without having the option of bailing out. This can lead to a less coach dominated Personal Training Session. The workout has 6 squats for you to try. They could form part of an outdoor circuit, an indoor group class or a one to one session. The exercises if done with the right intensity and over the right amount of time, would work perfectly as part of a warm-up, cool-down or the main personal training session.
Workout 60 second intervals with each exercise rinse and repeat 6 times
Exercise 1 kettlebell squat with feet rotated out and press to the side
Exercise 2 suspended squat with pelvis rotation and press rotation
Exercise 3 kettlebell split squat jump with backward push
Exercise 4 suspended squat with feet rotated out
Exercise 5 kettlebell squat with pelvis wide and press forward
Exercise 6 suspended squat thrust hands suspended legs narrow out, wide in, narrow out