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Combining the kettlebell Romanian deadlift and a goblet squat is a smart move. You hit your hamstrings, glutes, and lower-back muscles with the RDL and then tax your quads, core, and upper-back muscles—as you fight to keep your torso upright—with the squat.
Better yet, the move can serve multiple purposes, according to trainer Nicolas Panebianco from Trooper Fitness in New York City. “The beauty of the RDL to goblet squat is that it can be used as a warmup before squats or deadlifts to increase muscle fiber recruitment, as a way to improve your posture,” says Panebianco. “Or use it as a metabolic finisher to get your heart rate up and burn extra calories.”
Ready to give it a shot?
Do 10 reps at the top of every minute for 10 minutes, resting for the remainder of the time, once the reps are done.