The 3 of the best grinding kettlebell exercises for strength are:
- Kettlebell Windmill
- Kettlebell Bent Press
- Kettlebell Turkish Get-Up
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Legit question but how is twisting and bending like that(bending/ hinge at the hip) not bad for your back?
Great question. These are movements humans are possible of doing and should be doing. People have a spine that twists (thoracic rotation) and hips that flex. The problem is, people don’t use all this and mostly sit for hours and hours letting all that movement disappear into nowhere. It’s not bad for your back if you progress properly. First bodyweight and working on mobility, add strength, then combine both. So, once you are capable of doing it and have developed strength in those positions you are going to be more injury-proof when things happen, an accident, a fall, a fight, etc.
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