Do the next few days of your routine (with the kettlebells) on the ground. Then it is time to go to your next two weeks. This is the only time you are going to be doing heavy kettlebells for strength gains.
When done correctly, heavy kettlebells will give you a lot of bang for your buck. When doing kettlebells for strength gains, I always recommend that you do a couple of warm down sets and a few sets (maybe six or eight) on the move.
I also recommend putting the kettlebell on a bench at a 90 degree angle for an additional week of heavy kettlebells. If you would like to follow this whole process, I have laid out the exact steps of the process on my website. It is not exactly the same as a typical program but it is still a great program that works for me. Here are some of my notes on the program. This is the only time you are going to be doing heavy kettlebells for strength gains The second week of your program is all about getting stronger.
It is not about doing a total body program. It is all about muscle building. Kettlebells, in the form of dumbbells, should be at the lowest point of your lifting routine. It is important that you don’t overuse kettlebells during this phase. Do as much work on the weights as you can, but keep your volume low.