Get ready to work it! Those burpees you love to hate are taken to a whole new level with this combo move.
How to do it: Hold the kettlebell in your right hand and stand with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart. To perform a basic high pull, lower into a squat, swinging the bell through your legs, and as you stand, pull the bell back, bending your elbow [as shown in the top right photo]. Immediately lower into a squat and perform a burpee on top of the bell [bottom photo]. Return to start and repeat. Perform the movement for 30 seconds on each side (60 seconds total) with no rest in between.
Training tip: "The bell hand in the burpee takes very little weight," Katami says. So it's almost like a single-arm burpee on the free hand. "Never press directly into the bell in the pushup position," he adds.