A major cause for blisters from incorrect kettlebell swings is what we call kettlebell bobbing. Bobbing is the short quick jerky movement often seen at the end of an incorrect backswing. Bobbing causes friction in the hands, which in turn is cause for blisters.
Bobbing is a short abrupt movement that can occur at the end of the backswing when the trajectory is not right.
Unlock the more detailed illustration of how to prevent bobbing of the kettlebell during the kettlebell swing.
This illustration demonstrates:
- Hip hinge delay
- Breaking at the hips
- Deeper hinge
- Kettlebell insert
Also, check out:
- Correct kettlebell rack position
- Free kettlebell PDF
- Incorrect hand insertion
- Kettlebell Exercise Encyclopedia
- How to Kettlebell Swing