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I only have two kettlebell exercises in my miscellaneous assortment of Calisthenic circuits: Swings and Farmer Walks. Sometimes I do walking swings and sometimes stationary.
I keep the weight to a level when I can keep good swing technique with sets of 10-15. It is more demanding than it looks. As in any exercise, technique is key to avoid injury and for best gain. For Farmer Walks, I use the heaviest I can hang on to for a minute or two while maintaining strong posture.
Try a Triple-Walk. Snatch or clean/press a bell overhead on your strong side. Press it up strongly, keep it there and walk until you lose form. Lower to a rack position by your chest and keep walking. When you lose that position, lower to your side and do a farmer's walk until you lose form/grip.
Rest then repeat on your stronger side.
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