Recently, Instagram user paradigmofperfection posted a video of herself incorporating the kettlebell swing with alternating curtsy lunges. These are different than reverse lunges and require more concentration and balance to execute. As you’ll see, a total of six lunges are performed. Then she continues on to only perform double-handed kettlebell swings. If you pay close […]
The newly opened KTL gym located at 19th and Spring Garden streets in Philadelphia has a unique progression system. Much like how karate or martial arts classes use belts to indicate experience level, KTL has developed a color bell system. The 3 levels; white bell, black bell, and gold bell represent experience levels of learner, developer, and master respectively. It’s the perfect way for clients to progress with new customized kettlebell workouts tailored to their experience level.
The kettlebell clean is one of the first moves you should learn if you’re new to kettlebells. Many popular kettlebell exercises use it as an integral part, usually as the first step of that exercise. The concept is simple enough. Lift the kettlebell from the floor or between your legs with one hand and transition into the rack position. The problem that most popular have when learning the clean is that the movement of this transition causes banging on the wrist and forearm. When done correctly, the floor to rack position movement should seem fluid and seamless.
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