Kettlebell Swing

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Kettlebell Short Lever Swing

The kettlebell short lever swing is a variation of the swing that provides additional benefits to the upper back and around the scapula. The elbow can remain in contact with the body from the back into the upswing or the elbows can disconnect slightly and then be pulled in. Keeping the elbows back or pulling …

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Kettlebell Pendulum Swing

The single kettlebell pendulum swing allows for different body positions to move the weight. Whereas with the double kettlebell pendulum swing there is no possibility to lean to one side or lift the heel of one foot, etc. Leaning away from the weight allows for the bodyweight to move the weight rather than the muscles.

The Double Kettlebell Hip Hinge Swing

Double Kettlebell Hip Hinge Swing

The double kettlebell swing is a great bilateral exercise to add more overall weight to the movement. Working with double kettlebells is great to target the posterior chain, whereas single kettlebell work also provides that benefit but adds torque that needs to be resisted in the spine. This is a benefit when wanting to work …

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The American Kettlebell Swing

American Kettlebell Swing

The American Kettlebell Swing is a kettlebell swing variation invented by CrossFit. This variation has been getting a bad reputation because there are often several important foundations that are missing while working with high volume and heavy weight. No exercise is inherently bad, the part that causes issues and injuries is the fact that foundations …

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The Kettlebell Swing

Kettlebell Swing

The kettlebell swing is a kettlebell exercise where the weight moves back and forth suspended or as if suspended from above. There are many variations of the kettlebell swing but some of the most common ones are the Russian swing, Pendulum swing, and Hardstyle swing.

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