WALK THIS WAY: Workout by Power Monkey Fitness

You may look at this workout and focus on how you're going to tackle the wall walks, or the double unders. But don't sleep on the Double KettleBell Front Squats in this one! These are true Kettlebell Front Squats, performed with a solid rack position: the bells need to stay off of the shoulders. With the accumulated time under tension due to the combo of wall walks and front rack squats, you need to relax on your double unders. If you are confident in both your kettlebell work and double unders, then you can plan to do your squats unbroken. If the sum of the movements has you doubting your endurance, then planned breaks on the squats and/or double unders is a solid game plan. If you think you can hit the whole thing unbroken, this is gonna feel as close to a fast-paced grind as you can get! -Adriana Kara, Power Monkey Kettlebell

5 Rounds for time:
3 Wall Walks,
10 DxKB Front Squats (53/35),
50 Double Unders


1 comment

  • Dave

    7:27. I scaled the KB weight to 35s. My legs are worthless, so I didn’t know if I could do it with the RX weight. Very happy I scaled it!

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