GoFit Brook Benton Butts & Guts Kettlebell Workout DVD

May 13, 2019 - Comment

Cardio, Power & Strength all in one great workout. This is an extremely intense workout, designed for the fitness enthusiast seeking a higher level in human performance. Kettlebell: Butts & Guts trains power, cardio and strength, and delivers one enormous kick in the pants in all three categories. Be ready to shake up your routine,

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Cardio, Power & Strength all in one great workout. This is an extremely intense workout, designed for the fitness enthusiast seeking a higher level in human performance. Kettlebell: Butts & Guts trains power, cardio and strength, and delivers one enormous kick in the pants in all three categories. Be ready to shake up your routine, shock your body and rock your world. See more about Brook Benten in the GoFit Fitness Expert Section of our website.

Product Features

  • Cardio, Power & Strength all in one great workout.
  • This is an extremely intense workout, designed for the fitness enthusiast seeking a higher level in human performance.
  • Kettlebell: Butts & Guts trains power, cardio and strength, and delivers one enormous kick in the pants in all three categories.
  • Be ready to shake up your routine, shock your body and rock your world.

Comments

Anonymous says:

AmazeBELLS Intense Workout! This is a very challenging kettlebell workout! I am using a 15 lb. kettlebell and I had to keep pausing the cardio DVD the first time I tried it – I was out of breath and my heart rate was sky high! It was more challenging than the JM Shred It with Weights workout #1 – which I was able to get through the entire workout on the first try. I workout 4-6 days a week (Zumba, Yoga, Pound, treadmill), but new to kettlebell training. I have yet to try the yoga and toning DVDs of this set, but if…

Anonymous says:

Tough workout, but very repetitive. Questionable form in places This is a challenging workout, but it’s extremely repetitive. Each exercise is done for a long time, and the next exercise is basically the same. For example, it opens with a KB swings, two hands. You do this *forever* and then move on to one hand swings. I think I would like it better if things were mixed up–like a long set of swings, then some squats, then maybe the one arm swings, etc. Also, as another reviewer mentioned, I think her form is very questionable on the swings. I have worked…

Anonymous says:

Nothing to See Here…Keep Moving 🙂 You know when you see something and you think, “That doesn’t look that difficult.” And when you start out, you feel confident that you were right. However, as time goes on, you realize you may have given yourself a little too much credit (smile)? That’s what happened to me after using this video.There’s not much to it in terms of flash or pomp and circumstance. The instructor is very good. She transitions from one move to the next, giving you enough time to know what’s…

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