Intro to the Kettlebell Sport snatch

Discover the key principles to snatching a kettlebell for competition kettlebell lifting – proper swing mechanics, hand position, and weight shift to avoid forearm fatigue and blisters.


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Intro to Kettlebell Long Cycle

This video will take you through a basic introduction of kettlebell Long Cycle (clean and jerk). I describe the nuances of the clean, the rack position, and the jerk so you can put them all together and use them to train or compete in Long Cycle.


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Back to Basics Kettlebell Workout

Brush up on your kettlebell strength training basics with the following workout. Watch the video to make sure you are executing each exercise properly, then break the repetitions up into any scheme that works for you to complete the workout.


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Intro to the Kettlebell Sport swing

1. Hold the kettlebell handle with “hook grip” with thumb turned 45 degrees back.
2. Leg action with double knee bend to allow for hamstring stretch-reflex, the kettlebell to travel to the end of its arc, and upward trajectory of the kettlebell.
3. No “RED ZONE” or space between the arm and the body throughout most of the swing.


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