The experts have spoken and they are letting us know what they think is the best form of cardio exercise out there. Here what this athlete has to say.
The kettlebell swing: simple to learn, easy on the joints. You don’t need to spend endless amounts of time doing the exercise; five to 10 minutes is all you really need. The swing is a very inefficient movement, so it never really becomes “easy.” With running, for example, you can become better at running distances — that is not possible with the swing.
Brian Kotoka is a Toronto-based fitness trainer, writer, and owner of Thrive Fit who has a passion for coaching athletes and lay people alike.
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