This book is your first step to becoming a serious kettlebell trainer or kettlebell enthusiast.
Improve your cardiovascular endurance and potentially irradiate neck and back pain with one simple exercise.
If you’re a Crossfitter and want to get more efficient at snatching and the American Swing, then learn the foundation for both, the conventional kettlebell swing AKA Russian Swing.
This book will cover every intricate detail of the kettlebell swing, explained and broken down in such a way that everyone can understand it; it’s basic but at the same time advanced.
“The most comprehensive guide on the Kettlebell Swing I have ever seen.” ~ Derek Fronczak (NESTA Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and Functional Training specialist) ✮✮✮✮✮
“Well thought out. Follows the movement, good description, and cues. Great learning and teaching tool. I use it to visualize and check my own movement.” OH ✮✮✮✮✮
Whether you are a personal trainer who wants to fully understand and be able to teach their clients the kettlebell swing step-by-step, or whether you’re a kettlebell enthusiast who is looking to strengthen the back, improve cardio, strengthen the core, improve flexibility or potentially eradicate neck and back pain, this book is for you.
A recommended precursor to this book is about the Hip Hinge http://www.amazon.co.uk/What-Hip-Hinge-Perform-Correctly-ebook/dp/B01D998Z46/
There is no nonsense or page filling content in this book, the content is all directly related to the Kettlebell Swing, following is the index for the book.
The Conventional Two-Arm Kettlebell Swing (Hip Hinge Style)
Squatting versus Hip Hinging
Pre-requisites and progression
Height of the Swing
Calluses and Hand Maintenance
Quality over Quantity
The Movement Step by Step
Faults and Correction
Hyperextending the Back
Kettlebell Coming too Low
Torso Coming too Low
Knees Staying Bent
Feet too Far Apart
Aches and Pains
Elbow / Upper Arms
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