Incorporate this exercise into your leg day workout to target your legs from back to front! Racking the kettlebell on only 1 side also works your core big time! The side that's not holding the kettlebell kicks into overdrive in order to keep you standing upright and not lean toward the extra weight you're holding. Refer back to last week's Suitcase Deadlift as a beginner exercise to help you develop the strength to rack the weight and maintain good posture through your squat in this advanced movement.
Try a total of 10-20 reps for 3-4 sets, depending on the weight you choose, which is determined by your experience level and your goal. I'm using a 20lb. kettlebell here, which I use more for HIIT workouts than strength workouts, as it's not quite heavy enough for developing strength for me, but allows me to move faster, for more reps, for a metabolic effect.
Share when and how you incorporate this movement into your workout and let me know what you think on Instagram/Twitter @cassiebstrong #BStrong!