The kettlebell swing, burn fat and build muscle at the same time.
This guide will cover the popular conventional double-arm kettlebell swing which is the version of the kettlebell swing where you hold on to the kettlebell with two hands and perform a hip hinge movement to move the kettlebell back and forth in one explosive movement.
The kettlebell swing is by far one of the most popular and well-known kettlebell exercises. It’s an exercise with many benefits, like:
- cardiovascular endurance
- muscular endurance
- full body workout
- core strength
- grip strength
It should be noted that each of these benefits requires proper programming to meet goals, this guide will cover some basic programming information for each. It is also important to note that the kettlebell swing has many variations and the one covered in this guide is just one of many, just like the kettlebell swing is only one of many kettlebell exercises that make kettlebells such a versatile and effective tool to train with.
This guide not only covers the kettlebell swing but also other important beginners information like what kettlebell to get etc. which makes it the perfect guide to read for a beginner and have all the important information needed in one place.
Comes with many detailed step-by-step photos and diagrams.
Answers to questions like:
- How to swing a kettlebell without injuring myself?
- How to work out with kettlebell swings?
- How many swings should I do?
- What muscles are worked with the kettlebell swing?
- What kettlebell weight should I start with?
- What kettlebell to choose?
- How do I warm up for kettlebell swings?
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