Full Body Kettlebell Workout You Can Do Safely With Degenerative Disc
Do you find yourself spending less time in the gym due to constant rollercoaster your sensitive back has you on?
Maybe you’ve been given a degenerative disc diagnosis and you’re scared to death to lift weights.
Being diagnosed with any kind of spinal damage isn’t fun but it doesn’t have to be a death sentence. It’s all about discovering your ideal starting point and building up from there.
Today’s video is a fun full body kettlebell follow along workout perfect for someone with degenerative discs.
I’ll walk you through each exercise, rep and set along with exclusive training secretes throughout the workout.
What Exercises Are In This Full-Body Kettlebell Workout?
In order to really make this workout a pain-free experience we have to first focus on a good warm up.
Typically a good warm-up will consist of a fast paced walk ranging from 8-10 minutes followed by some core stability and and endurance exercises.
Then and only then can you start incorporating more bodyweight variations of the days exercise choices to fine tune the movement pattern warm-ups.
From there you can jump into the days exercises which are as follows.
- Single Leg Lunge
- Single Leg Deadlift
- Double Arm Floor Chest Press
- Bench Row
- Towel Curl
You can finish it up with with 5-10 minutes of tummy time and deep breathing or a 5-10 minute walk.