Categories
Kettlebell

TRX Kettlebell: Iron Circuit Conditioning

The creators of Suspension Training team up with leading kettlebell experts in TRX Kettlebell: Iron Circuit Conditioning, a metabolic conditioning program that fuses two revolutionary training methods transforming human performance. Former Soviet Special Forces trainer and RKC Chief Instructor, Pavel Tsatsouline, and TRX Master Trainer, Chris Frankel, lead you through 10 rounds with the TRX and kettlebell in a challenging workout that is designed to strengthen muscular endurance and aerobic conditioning. Iron Circuit Conditioning tests your mobility and balance with three different progressions that can be adapted and modified for comrades and competitors alike, no matter your fitness level!

Product Features

  • Comprehensive TRX Set-Up and use instructions
  • 18-minute Intro to Kettlebell Training
  • 60-minute workout covering 20 exercises
  • Over 20 minutes of warm up and cool down
  • Full-color, durable guide that includes set-up instructions, detailed exercise photos, and coaching tips

3 replies on “TRX Kettlebell: Iron Circuit Conditioning”

I Love this workout Great workout mixing up 2 of my favorite tools ever ,the workout is split up kettlebell work then suspension trainer work they don’t integrate the 2 much except for the last round , still a great workout and Pavel is always amusing to listen to . one last thing a lot of people complain about the expense of TRX straps and yes they are pricey ,for anyone interested in suspension training you might want to look into RIP:60 a whole lot cheaper price and still awesome quality and a full 8week plan…

I’m a certified personal trainer (20yrs) and this by far … I’m a certified personal trainer (20yrs) and this by far fits any workout regiment a trainer can use to help any client of theirs no matter what the fitness level to achieve their own goal.

Unusual Mix of TRX and Kettlebell Training Unfortunately the presenters were not able to create the most productive workout using a combination of both tools. When I like a work out DVD I copy it and use it in my own training but this has not happened so far. As an interesting hybrid its an interesting addition to my collection but I can’t recommend it.