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How to Do Single Arm Kettlebell Swing With Half Turn
The single arm kettlebell swing with half turn should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the single arm kettlebell swing with a half turn.
Beginning One Arm Kettlebell Swing
1. Begin from a lowered squat position with one hand on the kettlebell in between the legs.
2. Pull the kettlebell back toward the same side of the thigh by rocking the bodyweight into the heels and brace your wrist against the inner thigh.
One Arm Kettlebell Swing Movement
1. Powerfully extend the lower body to accelerate the bottom of the kettlebell up and away.
2. As it ascends overhead, turn with a three step movement.
3. As it descends, prepare to absorb it with a squatting action.
4. As the kettlebell swings between the legs, brace the wrist.
One Arm Kettlebell Swing Benefits
It's called the single-arm dumbbell swing, and it targets your core, quadriceps, and shoulder muscles as well as your glutes and hamstrings muscles that are typically overlooked.
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