I don’t know about y’all but I can’t believe it’s already February; I guess the saying must be true – time flies when you’re having fun – because I’m having fun but I honestly don’t know where the time went and flew off to!
For this week’s Friday Five, I’ve got a fun total body, hydro strong workout you can do using one of Hedstrom Fitness’ newest hydro inertia training tools, the Kamagon Ball. If you’re unfamiliar with the Kamagon Ball, it slightly resembles a kettlebell but is so much more functional. Since the Kamagon is powered by water – meaning you fill it with water to the appropriate amount of weight for you – you get extra resistance and balance training because of the natural shift of the water. It’s pretty darn cool if you ask me.
Ok, here’s the workout so you go on and get your sweat on!
- Standing oblique twists – 10 reps / side
- Sumo squats or one legged squats with overhead press (or tricep extensions) – 10-15 reps
- Lunge and press – 1o reps/side
- Skater lunges
- Sit-ups – 20 reps
If that’s not enough, check out this fun video!
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Stay sweaty friends!
Sarah saysFebruary 3, 2017 at 11:31 am
Love the video 🙂 I’ve seen a lot about The Surge but not so much about this one. I like it!
Brian saysFebruary 27, 2017 at 6:16 am
That is a great video. I had never heard of Kamagon balls before. They’re just kettle bells with 2 handles by the looks of it.
I am shifting my exercise from machines to bodyweight more and more. This looks like a really great addition to my existing routines.
I’ve got half a mind of buying one myself, so I can use it at home.
Jamie saysFebruary 27, 2017 at 10:16 am
Brian- totally love the kamagon ball – it’s a great tool to add to your repertoire – can’t recommend it enough for body weight /circuit training workouts! It’s seriously an amazing tool and surprisingly also very portable!
Joe Ashton saysMarch 13, 2017 at 1:14 am
This looks so cool. I haven’t tried kettlebell yet, but I think I’ll be trying this kamagon ball real soon. I like the part that you can actually put water in it and it will totally depend on the amount of water for putting weights on this ball. You don’t have to buy more equipment with different weights, since kamagon ball itself is versatile enough to hold water depending on your desired weights.
By the way, is it made of sturdy material, that it won’t rust because of water?
Agness of Fit Travelling saysMarch 22, 2017 at 6:52 am
Great workout! It is so amazing to do a workout with friends, so much fun, Jamie!
Jamie saysMarch 22, 2017 at 12:14 pm
I agree, it is the BEST!