Kettlebell Snatch Drop: 4 Most Common Mistakes

4 Common Mistakes on the Kettlebell Snatch Drop

  • Not enough deflection
  • Hinging hips too early
  • Regripping too late
  • Gripping too tight or too loose

This video addresses these mistakes and how to fix them:


Curious about my online coaching program? Email info@kbfitbritt.com and find out how you can get your first month FREE! 

 

Sharing is caring! Email this to someonePin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

Kettlebell Snatch Drop: Breathing

Besides being essential to staying alive, breathing plays an incredibly important role in movement. With relation to the kettlebell snatch, utilizing the proper anatomical breathing pattern will help you keep the right posture, relax, and prevent grip fatigue.


If you missed the first and second videos in this series on the kettlebell snatch drop, click here and here.

Sharing is caring! Email this to someonePin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

Kettlebell Snatch Drop: Thumb Forward v. Thumb Backward

This video addresses how to manage rotation of the forearm on the snatch drop, and whether the thumb should point forward or backward. Comment below with your preference! 


Subscribe to my mailing list to receive kettlebell tips, workouts, and tutorials directly to your inbox.

Sharing is caring! Email this to someonePin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

5 Round Throwdown Workout

Enjoy this kettlebell throwdown workout to warm you up on a cold Monday in January! The workout is 5 rounds of 5 exercises using 1 or 2 kettlebells.

*PRO SAFETY TIP: Be sure to use HEAVY kettlebells for the first two exercises especially so the bells do not tip over.


Have you purchased a copy of my Upper Body Mobility for Kettlebell Sport ebook yet? Use the code “happyholidays” to get $50 off!

Sharing is caring! Email this to someonePin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

2017 Kettlebell Workout

Start 2017 off with a bang by completing this 17-themed workout.

  • Choose a kettlebell weight you can snatch 17rpm for 3 minutes per side (with 3 minutes of rest in between sides).
  • Increase your kettlebell weight by 4kg and complete 17 + 17 swings x 4 rounds.
  • In between each round of swings, complete 17 jump squats with the same kettlebell weight you are swinging.

Sharing is caring! Email this to someonePin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

Kettle-Christmas Workout

Stay fit over the holidays using my favorite workout tool: a kettlebell! This workout will help you burn off the holiday indulgences, while still being short enough to squeeze in between lots of time with family and friends.


Looking to start off on the right foot in 2017? Check out my mobility ebook that is essential for Kettlebell Sport lifters! 

Sharing is caring! Email this to someonePin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook