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Mindith Rahmat

Get ready to sweat with these challenging kettlebell and yoga workouts. The Kettlebell and Yoga Program is designed to build a well-rounded athlete. Kettlebell workouts are paired with yoga flows to build strength and flexibility. 

Flexibility training is often the missing piece for many strength programs, but not here. In this plan, yoga flows are programmed alongside kettlebell strength routines so the mobility and flexibility work you need to stay healthy is an automatic part of your new routine.

Kettlebell training is an effective way to build total-body strength, and yoga flows will mobilize your hips and shoulders, increase your flexibility, and aid in recovery. Workouts are programmed four days per week and take no longer than 30 minutes to complete. These rigorous sessions will help you move better and stronger, for longer.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I don’t have a gym membership. Can I do my workout programs at home?

Yes, these workouts require minimal equipment and are specifically programmed for a home gym setting.

What size kettlebells should I use?

The recommended weights for men and women are: Men: 16kg, 20kg, and 24kg, Women: 8kg, 12kg, and 16kg.

What if I’ve never done yoga before?

You don’t need to be a yogi to follow these flows. Each workout is designed to be easy-to-follow, and each pose has a demonstration video in our movement library.

Can I do kettlebell and yoga workouts on one day?

Yes. You can combine workouts and train four times per week, using the other days for active rest and recovery.

Mindith Rahmat

Mindith is a born mover. She has spent her life exploring various athletic disciplines, starting with ballet and modern dance from an early age. She went on to become a E-RYT 500 certified yoga therapist and teacher. Mindith is known for exploring new ways to mix disciplines such as kettlebells, bodyweight exercises, and yoga to create effective training programs that force people to adapt and constantly challenge themselves.

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