**After a hiatus due to personal reasons, the kettlebell training has finally continued.
The program that I will be doing from the comfort of my living room for the next six weeks is the kettlebell one. However, there is also an Onnit 6 Bodyweight series as well. Just in case you aren’t as inclined to push your body through the kettlebell training.
A brief overview of the system
The website classifies the Onnit 6 Kettlebell system as “A full-body, transformative workout you can do in the comfort of your own home in just six weeks.”
On to my training.
Below are all from the previous three-week session.
Kicking week 3 off with a bang. It felt like forever since I did the Persist and Endure 1 workout. Well, I guess it was because last week I accidentally skipped it.
The body is starting to feel really good. The isometric movements in this workout are tough, but fun at the same time. Holding for 20 seconds can seem like a lifetime, but once you get to move the real work happens. Or is it the other way around? Try it for yourself and you tell me.
Anyways, I’ll keep this one short and sweet. It was fun.
I took a rest and recovery day today because I slept in and just didn’t have the time the rest of the day.
After a day at work, I took my daughter to horseback riding and then headed to Jiu-Jitsu.
So it wasn’t a complete day off.
I didn’t sleep in today. I woke up and pushed myself through some yoga.
Again, I hate, hate, hate yoga but was able to push through it. I find my flexibility getting better as the weeks have gone on and I am sure they will keep improving.
Day 4 (FINALLY)
So, after a very crappy year, I bulked the body up to just over 200-pounds. Funny enough, I wouldn’t say it was a muscle bulk, but instead a fat one. I started the program all over again three weeks ago and am now down to 188-pounds. Yes, thank you, I know, I hear your applause.
Persist and Endure is one of my favorite of the first three weeks. For all but one of the exercises, I do the level three program. The sweat was dripping at the end and I felt fan-bloody-tastic.
Work Fast, Recover Faster kicks my butt each and every time. Don’t get me wrong, I love it. I push to the six and eight rep range for the majority of the sets and they are all at the level three stage.
Bring on day 6.
Yoga. Enough said.
Let’s keep it going and come back next week for my first view and reaction to week 4 of the Onnit 6 Kettlebell program.
Check out the first couple of weeks below.