Thoughts and discussion on kettlebell training, strength and conditioning, Olympic lifting, fat loss, getting healthy and fit, NMT, core training, Pilates, mobility and anything else that goes with the above.
Seek instruction before attempting this. Lie flat on your back and use two hands to press the kettlebell above your chest. Hold it strong in the left hand and keep the arm straight. Bend the left kee and hip with your left foot flat on the ground. The right leg is straight out along the ground. Breathe in, brace the abs and exhale as you roll onto your right elbow (see below).
Warm up using D.R.O.M. and some squats or deadlifts with the kettlebells that you will be using. Try 5 front squats and hold the last Goblet style for a couple of breaths. When you feel warmed up properly, begin the session. You don't have to use the kettlebell weights that i did but you need 2 kettlebell, one heavier than the other.
If you play any G.A.A. sports or even Rugby or Soccer, kettlebells are ideal for the team to do strength and conditioning pitch side training. What are kettlebels you might ask? They are versatile weights, shaped like cannonballs with handles that can be transported to the pitch in a jeep or boot of a car.