Training with Kettlebells
The unique Swing, Rack & Lock kettlebell positions (below) form a wide range of compound motions (roughly a mix of dumbbell and Olympic lift training) that you combine into a variety of fast, effective "Old-School" workouts that challenge your strength, cardio and flexibility. No bench or power-rack needed - just grab and go!
The rack makes kettlebell lunges and front squats comfortable at heavy weights-no rack needed.
The kettlebell clean emphasizes the hip snap to varying degrees.
Kettlebell front squats, like barbell front squats are a great exercise for the quads.
The kettlebell snatch is a challenging intermediate motion often used in competition.
Kettlebells lockout and balance overhead easily while you focus on overhead squats and Turkish Getups .
The overhead squat requires balance and stabilization.
This classic whole body lift was brought to a whole new level by Arthur Saxon.
Here is a two hands on one KB snatch variation that provides a much more "whole body" emphasis than the traditional kettlebell snatch; Less grip more hip and it's great for beginners.