KettleX FAQs

Yes! I recommend a basic level of fitness: If you can sit and stand from a chair 10 times, climb and descend stairs and hold a straight arm/straight leg plank for 20 seconds, you can do this. If you have an acute or chronic joint condition, please get clearance from your doctor or physical therapist first.

The program is designed for 4 days per week for 3 weeks. For example, Mon, Weds, Thurs, Sat

No matter your level, begin at Basics. All the workouts numbered to proceed in order.

Wristbands are suggested for those new to the bells as they’ll provide a cushion between the bell and your wrist in certain positions. With practice, you’ll become adept at the placement and timing of the movements, no longer needing them.

I don’t recommend using gloves as I’ve never found a brand that didn’t bunch up, pinch or make the bell slippery. Also, gloves interfere with your skin’s sensory feedback, which is important for the position of the bell in your hand. But if you need to wear them, choose thin, fingerless golf gloves. There is a section in the program for hand care.

At home, at a gym or anywhere you have access to bells.

All the workouts are meant to come back to for years to come, they’re not ‘one-and-done’ sessions. When you feel an exercise significantly easier than it used to be, move up in weight approximately 5-10lb, depending on what you have access to. Keep in mind that heavier weight requires solid technique, so ensure you’re focused on form over the pace of the movements. If, with a heavier weight, you perform less reps at first, it’s perfectly normal. 

Yes! No matter your level coming into the program, you will be challenged! Modifications are offered throughout the workouts for those who need them.

Yes, pre and post-workout nutrition tips are included.

When you purchase, you receive immediate access to this program. For this reason, I do not offer refunds. The program is yours to own for life!