Revisiting K-Bells (Re-Review!)

A few months ago I wrote that Michelle Khai’s Slim & Tone Program, available online, was fun, but that it wasn’t really that much of a workout.

But I liked it and I wanted to make it work for me, so I decided to cardio beforehand.

I also moved from the 4lb bell to the 8lb bell – that made a difference! Though I didn’t report it, I started rotating between Jillian Michael’s 30 Day Shred (using 5lb barbells) and KB Total Body Blast and really began noticing some changes in my body, especially in my arms and shoulders.

A few weeks ago, I decided to go back through my K-Bells set, which came with 9 different workout of varying lengths. I found one that I either did once with the 3lb bell and decided that it was too easy and moved on or I just missed it while I was running through the rest of the program.

Cardio Balanced, touted as “a powerful 40-minute fat burner that takes your kBell workout to the next level. Michelle’s expert coaching guides you through new K-Bell moves that supercharge your metabolism, combining cardio and resistance training for serious toning and weight loss.”

They’re not kidding. I really don’t know how I missed this one!

This thing is literally kicking my butt and I did P90X three times, so I’m no light weight! With the 8lb bell, Cardio Balance is my new best friend. It’s also whipping me into shape without a lot of jumping around and no high impact moves that hurt my knees.

Watch out Michelle Obama…
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…I’m about to catch you on those arms!

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