Sorry, now you have one less excuse
You can accomplish a lot with just one kettlebell and 10 minutes.
Take the mini-workout above from Men’s Health Fitness Director BJ Gaddour, C.S.C.S.
It’s just one exercise—the kettlebell clean and press—that you’ll perform over and over for 10 minutes straight. You’ll build total-body power and upper-body muscle and strength—while burning a serious amount of calories, Gaddour says.
The catch, of course, is that you never stop moving. (Hey, we didn’t say it would be easy.)
Give it a try next time you’re crunched for time, or tack it on to the end of your workout as a finisher.
Here’s how it works: Perform 5 reps of the kettlebell clean and press on one side, then perform 5 reps on your other side. Repeat, resting only as needed, for 10 minutes.