Kettlebell Squat to Overhead

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Kettlebell Exercise Information

This is a Loaded Exercise Combo that consists out of the following exercises:

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When the kettlebell squat to overhead is programmed, it means that the athlete can decide how to bring the kettlebells(s) from the squat to overhead. The kettlebells can go overhead as a squat thruster, squat and press, squat and push press, squat and jerk, and even squat and snatch, or any other way that the kettlebell can go overhead. The only thing that is fixed is that a squat needs to be performed and the kettlebells need to go overhead.


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