Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean

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Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean Drill

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Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean

Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean

Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean

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Kettlebell Exercise Information

This is the next step in the clean progression of kettlebell cleaning. Prior to this is the kettlebell assisted dead clean drill or assisted hang clean. This whole progression is explained in our online course.

With this clean variation speed is added, whereas the drill is all about learning the important aspects of the clean and the speed is slow. The drill variation does not include speed and is therefore not a real clean.

The weight starts dead on each rep and is pulled up with the legs. The other arm is used to assist and turn the bell around the fist but also to avoid any banging.


Slow tempo:

20RPM for the Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean at a fast tempo.

Fast tempo:

20RPM for the Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean at a fast tempo.


Alternatives for this exercise are:

  1. Kettlebell Assisted Dead Clean Drill

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This is a root exercise upon which exercise variations build.

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To assist with the other arm but add speed to the clean.

Muscles Used:

Lateral Info:

Unilateral Exercise

Exercise Speed(s):

Fast, Normal, Slow

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