...not quite sure when and how to do it.
I did do a search before I asked, and found this: http://www.wannabebig.com/forums/sho...n+kettle+bells
The guy wrote a pretty good article, but my question is how to fuse RKB into my routine w/o overtraining myself.
Here is my pre-existing routine:
Monday is Chest and Biceps
Tuesday is Legs Day
Wednesday I do Core and Cardio
Thursday is Delts and Tris
Saturday is Back, Abs, and Calves
Sunday is eff-off day when I hit the heavy bag, jump rope, or other piddly stuff only because there's a lot of good lookin' wimmins at my gym on Sunday afternoon.
I do all the basic power building lifts (barbell bench press, squats, deads, power cleans, chins, dips, etc.).
To provide you with some further insight, here are my stats:
I'm 6'1" tall, weigh 203 lbs. (w/ gym clothes on) and was approximately 11% body fat 2 weeks ago. I just began a bulking diet so that may have gone up a little. The only supplements I use are ProLab NLarge2, ProLab Creatine and Glutamine, and some fish oil tabs. I also finished off a can on M-Stak, but I'm not sure if it did a damn thing (if anyone has insight into that, I'd like to hear it as well).
I want to be both more muscular and defined not just as a matter of personal preference, but to help me out on the gridiron as well. I play in an adult recreation football league and because a lot of my teammates are skinny little junior college kids (who are fast as hell I might add), I was stuck on the O & D-Lines.
At Defensive End I held my own pretty well as I'm quick in short bursts and elusive -- one guy desribed blocking me was like "trying to tackle a worm." On the offensive side however, I got beat the eff up! Rarely did I line up against someone smaller than me, and with the predominantly industrial economy here in Wyo, I faced some freakishly strong individuals.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated!