10 quick steps to kettlebell snatching

So you want to learn how to kettlebell snatch as quick as possible? Let me get right to it.


  1. Ground hand insertion drill
  2. Add hook grip
  3. Standing hand insertion into racking drill
  4. Drop
  5. Low pendulum swing
  6. Pendulum swing
  7. High pendulum swing
  8. Assisted half snatch
  9. Half snatch
  10. Full snatch

Watch the video above to get the details on the steps. If you want the real nitty-gritty on the snatch progression, unlock the 20+ minute long video below.

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In 21 days you will be able to go from zero to snatching, or drastically improve your snatch to a level where you’re not banging your forearms, ripping your hands, or damaging your joints or tendons.

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