OK, here is a challenge, something simple, sweet, that everyone at every level can do. I will try to participate in this also.
I will give examples that beginners can do and gets some of us back into (or just into) regular KB workouts. Advanced people you know enough to pick something that will correspondingly challenge you.
Everyone pick something that is a decent challenge for you but is something you can do (so adjust as needed).
Everyone post when you do a workout, remind us what your goal was for that day/week and tell us what you did.
1) Swings/Snatches. Take what you can comfortably do and do this at least 3x a week. Every week increase your count or KB weight.
Beginner suggestion, For count, increase maybe 5% of the count (so if you were doing 100, do 105 second week, if you were doing 300, do 315 next week). If you are new, try 50, if that is easy, up to 100, until it is not too hard but not too easy. Go at a pace you can do them.
2) Pick two grinds and again take what you can comfortably do and do this amount at least 2x a week. Every week, increase your count or KB weight.
Beginners, good ones to choose (choose ones you are comfortable with, not ones you are still learning the form of). Possible beginner choices:
Squat, two hand press, dead lift, row, ab KB exercises. f you know them, you can include combo moves like squat-press. Or "active resting" exercises which uses muscles like figure 8s or halos.
Doing traditional kettlebell exercises, RKC style. Check out The Kettlebell Challenge sparkteam for more info - it welcomes everyone, from beginner to KB certified.
KETTLEBELLS PREPARE YOU FOR A HOST OF THINGS, BUT NOTHING PREPARES YOU FOR KETTLEBELLS.