This is the number one kettlebell video that anyone even dreaming about picking up a kettlebell needs to see first!
There are several crucial things to take away from this video:
- deadlifting (hip hinge or squat style)
- proper alignment
- using the legs to lift
- hand insertion
Why is it so important?
Everyone working with kettlebells will be lifting a kettlebell and racking it, and literally, everything you do as a kettlebell training beginner will build upon this, if you get it wrong, it’s going to take a while to unlearn and get it right.
- Lift (hook grip)
- Handle 45°
- Rack (racking grip)
- Hang (hook grip)
The lift can be performed with a squat or hip hinge.
THE RACKING POSITION
Demonstrated in the video is the racking position from which a lot of kettlebell exercises are started, or is the transitional phase for.
→ start of shoulder press
→ end of half snatch
→ start of a jerk
→ for front squat
and transition to many other kettlebell exercises. Read the following article for more information on how to find your racking position.
Download the PDF on Kettlebell Grips here.
A Weight Lifting Clean is a lower-body powered explosive movement that brings a weight from a lower position to a higher position which is called racking position. ~ Taco Fleur
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In case you missed the video at the top, this is the video this article is about.
Here is another video demonstrating the same technique.