Coyote Kettlebell Chaos – Training Day 85

The Coyote Kettlebell Chaos Program by Nelson Bodnarchuk

This is it Baby! I hope you’ve enjoyed this program as much as I did!

I hope you’re hard work, discipline, with both training and eating, has paid off.

Remember, staying lean and strong is a life long commitment, and it’s not as hard to maintain your new body as it was to create it. As a student of life I’m constantly looking to better my knowledge and try new things, this program was one of those experiments.

Don’t hesitate to send me your feedback on this program at info@fitbod.ca. For the next week or so take it easy and do light cardio & yoga. Then do the following workout 3-4 times a week for 3-4 weeks. After that you can vary and mix and match how you’d like, and if you’re looking for some coaching (online or in person) drop me a line and we can discuss your goals.

Take Care and don’t forget to be lean … here’s that workout I mentioned above.

Do the following six sets with 30-60 seconds between each movement, and little to no rest between sets: Reps = 2 , 4, 6, 8, 10, 12

  • Push-Ups (Add weight to make more challenging)
  • Pull-Ups (Add weight to make more challenging)
  • Squat Jumps (Add weight to make more challenging)
  • Lunge Jumps (Add weight to make more challenging)
  • Leg Raises (Do from hanging to make more challenging)

Stretch all muscles

PS: I’ll be taking some summer vacation so look for my next blog post sometime in September 2011.

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Coyote Kettlebell Chaos – Rest Day 84

The Coyote Kettlebell Chaos Program by Nelson Bodnarchuk

Last rest day of the Program. Enjoy how far you’ve come. Yoga is as always a good option for your day off.

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Coyote Kettlebell Chaos – Training Day 83

The Coyote Kettlebell Chaos Program by Nelson Bodnarchuk

The Tools

  • You & a good dose of guts for today

The Workout

  • Warmup: 100 Jumping Jacks
  • 200 Burpees (keep breaks minimal)

Stretch your body.

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