STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Kettlebell Swing With Half Turn

The kettlebell swing with half turn should begin with 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 kettlebell swing with half turn.

Beginning

Beginning Handed Kettlebell Swing

1. Begin from a lowered squat position with both hands on the kettlebell in between the legs.

2. Pull the kettlebell back toward the thighs by rocking the bodyweight into the heels and brace wrists against inner thighs.

Movement

Handed Kettlebell Swing Movement

1. Powerfully extend your 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 wrists.

Benefits

Handed Kettlebell Swing Benefits

Your core, glutes, hamstrings, quads, back, delts, and arms are all strengthened by the kettlebell swing. Even great athletes' balance and posture are improved by kettlebell swings, according to research. When you utilize a kettlebell, you naturally learn how to maintain proper posture.

Exercise Aliases

How To Do Kettlebell Swings, Two Arm Kettlebell Swing, Kettlebell Exercises, Rotational, 180 Degrees.

Kettlebell Squat Swing Catch
Double Kettlebell Swing
Single Arm Kettlebell Swing
Single Arm Kettlebell Swing With Half Turn
Alternating Kettlebell Swing
Kettlebell Swing With Kick
Russian Kettlebell Swing

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