Second, as kettlebell exercises do incorporate so many muscle groups all within the single exercise, you’ll get a serious metabolic response. You’ll not only burn loads of calories while the exercise is being performed, but continue to burn plenty of calories for hours after the session is completed.
If you want to get strong and lean, kettlebell training can help you do just that.
Finally, kettlebell training can also help boost muscular endurance as well.
Depending on how you structure your rep and rest scheme while doing these finishers, you can train your body how to work through fatigue, carrying on for longer than it normally would.
The end result is that you will build a high level of muscle endurance that will help you out significantly when you go back to your regular training again, performing straightforward exercises with rest in between. You’ll be able to complete more total reps before resting, leading to better progression.
That’s pretty impressive for a single piece of equipment like the kettlebell, right?