challenge

Pace yourself. We are slowly moving up in reps.
We move to a new rep scheme and change things up by working to a new format.
We're back again after rest day and finishing the first week of our programming with a healthy 70 rep scheme.
Today's a rest day so, make the most of it. Add some skill building or just take time off for recovery.
You know if it gets too easy you can always up the weight.
You should have enjoyed the day off from the challenge and be ready to get back in there again, full of energy, and enthusiasm.
It may be a rest day but you still have some challenging work that you can do to keep you on point for what's coming up.
On the second day coach made more reps.
Take the first step and the rest will follow. This challenge is designed for beginners, intermediate, and advanced kettlebell trainees.
To prepare for a 12 week turbo charged kettlebell challenge, you'll need to dig through this complete primer.
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