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If you are a man over 40 looking for a great way to workout from home to burn belly fat then this video is for you. I am going to give you a great kettlebell workout to burn belly fat after 40, and you can do this all from home. This is great for beginners, and easy to do to burn belly fat. As we get older, we naturally have a decrease in testosterone levels. There are 2 great ways to naturally increase your testosterone, that is diet and proper training. Today we are going to focus on proper training through a kettlebell workout at home. Let’s get started with the movements and exercises in this kettlebell workout to burn belly fat after 40.
When doing kettlebell exercises, it is important to remember these 3 things. KEEP YOUR CORE TIGHT, KEEP YOUR SHOULDERS PACKED, and KEEP YOUR JOINTS STACKED.
MOVEMENT #1: (HINGE MOVEMENTS) KETTLEBELL SWING. Have your feet about shoulder width apart, hinge at the hips, and pull the kettlebell straight up by exploding up with your legs and your hips. This is a great exercise to work your core. This setup is the same as the hinge movement, except you are going to be swinging the kettlebell in an explosive movement with both hands. Stand behind the kettlebell, instead of standing right above it. That way you can pull the kettlebell into your hip pocket, and explode the kettlebell up.
MOVEMENT #2: (SQUAT MOVEMENTS) GOBLET BOX SQUAT. Have your feet about shoulder width apart, hold the kettlebell just below the bend on each side, and keep your joints stacked. Take a deep breath to keep your core tight, send your hips back then explode back up.
RACK SQUAT. For this you will hold the dumbbell on one side, but still make sure to keep your back straight and aligned with the rest of your body. Once you are confident with the movement, you can remove the box from the exercise.
MOVEMENT #3: (UNILATERAL MOVEMENTS) LUNGES. I recommend doing reverse lunges because they are better on your knees. Once you are confident with this movement, you are going to do it in a RACK POSITION. Have the kettlebell on the side that you are lunging back with.
STEP-UPS. Use a goblet position with the kettlebell, and drive up doing one side at a time.
MOVEMENT #4: HORIZONTAL PUSH MOVEMENTS. A great exercise for this movement is a UNILATERAL BENCH PRESS. Make sure to not let the kettlebell rotate your body.
MOVEMENT #5: HORIZONTAL PULL MOVEMENTS. A great exercise for this movement is a steady stance UNILATERAL BACK ROW. A step up from here is having the kettlebell on the side of your leg instead of in the middle.
MOVEMENT #6: VERTICAL PUSH MOVEMENTS. You will be doing overhead press variations in this movement. The most fundamental exercise is the STANDING OVERHEAD PRESS.
MOVEMENT #7: VERTICAL PULL MOVEMENTS. Now this doesn’t use a dumbbell, but you can use resistance bands or do pullups on a pullup bar. You can also do a cable or banded pulldown for this as well.
MOVEMENT #8: KETTLEBELL CARRY VARIATIONS. This is a great way to increase the time under tension, and will help increase your core and strength endurance.
Alright guys, that wraps up this video tutorial with a kettlebell workout to burn belly fat after 40. Make sure to subscribe to our channel for more videos on how to build muscle at home this summer.
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