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10 Myths about Kettlebell Training

Kettlebells haveĀ become increasingly popular in the fitness world, and for good reason. They are an incredible tool to build strength, conditioning, unilateral coordination, endurance, and mobility. Unfortunately, there is also a lot of misinformation on the internet about kettlebell training. People throw a kettlebell around for a few weeks and call themselves experts, when in fact it takes much more than a little practice or even a certification to truly be an expert on kettlebell training. As someone who has spent many years lifting kettlebells, is a World Champion in the sport, and is certified under multiple different organizations, I consider myself well-versed in the world of kettle. I want to help clear up some of the misconceptions IĀ  see and hear that might prevent some people from experiencing the joy of lifting kettlebells!

Myth #1: Kettlebell lifting is inherently dangerous and especially bad for your back.
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