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Kettlebell Spinal Press Extension

The spinal press lateral is a variation of the spinal press, and the thoracic spine moves into extension and flexion to power the movement. With the variations where there is rotation or lateral flexion, it’s not possible to work with a bilateral load, with this variation one can work with a bilateral load.

Kettlebell Shoulder Press

Kettlebell Shoulder Press

The shoulder press is an exercise where a weight is pressed away from the body. The starting position is at the chest in racking, and the ending position is overhead with the arm straight. The exercise has two phases that can be used, concentric (up), and eccentric (down). To use only the eccentric phase, one …

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Kettlebell Spinal Press Rotational

The kettlebell rotational press is a variation of the shoulder press in which the muscles that rotate the spine are used to power part of the movement.

Kettlebell Spinal Press Lateral

The spinal press lateral is a variation of the spinal press, and the thoracic spine moves laterally in this variation to power the movement.

Kettlebell Spinal Press

Spinal Press

The name might sound weird and raise some eyebrows, but once you understand what’s going on, it’s really not that odd and starts making a lot of sense. Our objective at Cavemantraining has always been to break things down, analyze, question, test, and rebuild. This strategy was designed to explore, learn, and do things differently …

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The Kettlebell Squat

Kettlebell Squat

There are many kettlebell squat variations, some vary in stance, and others vary in grip or location of the arm. There are racked squats, overhead squats, a mix between the two, single or double kettlebell, frontal holds, and unilateral squats like the pistol squat. Speed/Tempo/RPM The fastest squat variation is the squat thruster, however, it …

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