Thanks for the reply.
The idea is interesting, but there's couple things:
10 000 swings is a brutal challenge, and puts huge stress to posterior chain. Implying DL'S, PC'S and 2x/week squatting would maybe be to much (or just being a pussy :P).
The bigger issue is, that I have my KB's (from 16lb to about 70lb) at home and I'll train them outside some hours after my strength training. So doing the challenge as it is, would be impossible.
About my KB-goals: main goal is to improve my conditioning (= doing 30 min workouts without dying), secondary goal is to use them as assistance (using them to strengthen my low back, abs, shoulders etc.).
So that being said, the movements would be the basic KB movements (Swings, presses, renegade rows, snatches, front squats, lunges) with some added chins, jumps and kb throwing (this is actually fun and effective, you just need some area where throwing them is allowed).
I haven't thought any kind of programming for KB's, just doing by the feel and fatique. (for ex. high rep swings and low rep FS after squat session in gym)
Do you think I should follow something (like 10 000?)
The idea of choosing the strength template first and then imply KB's as assistance is a great idea. Nice to hear you think this as a valid choice, because I think so too. The fatigue thought must be taken seriously, because heavy kettlebell workouts can be really draining.