1 Quick and Dirty Kettlebell Cash Out
Instead of a finisher we sometimes call it a cash out. You can call it a cash out, too, if you want, or you can call it a finisher; you could take a poll, or ask your mom to see what she prefers, but whatever you do don’t call it quickie without you say it with a simper.
Cash outs come at the end of a strength training session as a way to give your hoary metabolism a series of swift and repeated kicks to get it all hot and goaded.
I want you to motor through this cash outs in ten minutes or less, and to resist any unlikely urge of lengthening is into some full blown metabolic workout session. I mean, get it done quick. I mean, rest between sets should be a semicolon, not a period.
Swing x 1 + clean x 1 + press x 1 + squat x 1
Swing x 2 + clean x 2 + press x 2 + squat x 2
Swing x 3 + clean x 3 + press x 3 + squat x 3
And so on and so forth up until you are performing five reps of each exercise.
Men use 20-24kg kettlebell, women use 12-16kg kettlebell.
So I’m looking for a couple of guinea pigs to come try out my new Minimalist Muscle program. The program itself is deceptively simple–just five movements with plenty of sets, heavy sets, I mean, big and disgusting.
It’s tough, but it will help you add muscle quick (if that’s something you’re looking to do), and will help you do it cleanly, too, so you can add some size while staying remarkably lean.
As for my guinea pigs, I’d love to have any guy who’s ever had a “difficult” time putting on muscle, or any woman between the age of 25-55 who wants to put on a fair amount of lean (and tasteful, but NOT bulky) muscle.
If interested, CLICK HERE to join the Inner Circle, then shoot me an email at PatFlynn@ChroniclesOfStrength.com with the subject line of “I’m In” and I’ll get you the program on June 1st. First come first serve on this, so don’t dawdle, and serious folks only please.