Posts Tagged kettlebell workout tip


Cable Pull Through vs. Kettlebell Swing – Differences and Benefits

Many free weight lifters do not have a full comprehension of how cross training with the kettlebell can assist them both in their overall fitness and with their free lifting goals. In the following article, a comparison is made between the kettlebell swing and the cable pull. As noted both exercises target the glutes, hamstrings, and […]

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Plyometric Kettlebell Workouts- Some Cautions

Plyometric Kettlebells Plyometric exercises were invented by Professor Yuri Verkhoshansky, sports theory and explosive strength expert, in the 1950’s. They are essentially explosive, high impact workouts that can be done for the upper or the lower body. Also known as Plyo’s, jump training, they are designed for explosive strength generally needed for high impact or […]

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Kettlebell Workout Tip from Steve Cotter on How to Avoid Banging Your Wrist During the Kettlebell Snatch

When Steve Cotter talks about kettlebelling, pay attention. He knows whereof he speaks. (Just the size of that kettlebell alone should get your attention. It certainly got mine!) A very common problem with kettlebell participants is that of banging and bruising your wrist during overhead moves such as the Clean and Snatch. The video below […]

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Important- Let Your Body Be Your Guide

ne principle to pay attention to and use is to listen to your body as you move along in your kettlebell fitness program. It is important to pay attention to your limits. You may be pushing yourself to reach that next level of weight or workout session or DVD, but if your body is resisting, […]

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