Welcome to our collection of articles and videos on the humble kettlebell swing. Seemingly a simple movement, there is more to the swing than meets the eye. Whether you want strengh, speed, endurance, or fat loss, you are in the right place. Take a look at these sets of tips on how to perform the perfect swing. You can also learn about the different types of swing, along with the benefits of each. And if that's not enough, you can even find information below on the biomechanics behind the 'bells. Happy swinging!
 
More and more research is proving the benefits of the kettlebell swing - for strength and speed. Want to perform the perfect swing? Read this article for my four step primer on this amazing movement.
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Kettlebells are all the rage, but do you know how to do a proper kettlebell swing without hurting yourself and getting the most benefit from the movement?
 
Are you looking for an exercise to improve your posture, strengthen your posterior chain, strengthen your heart, AND help you lose weight? Look no further - you are looking for the kettlebell swing.
 
The kettlebell swing is a display of skill and strength. In order to improve your proficiency, you need to work on all three vital areas - skilll, strength, and endurance. Here's how to do it.
 
I'm going to pick on the American swing again, but this time because I want to discuss why and how we choose our tools and the weights associated with them. Is heavier actually better?
 
This video addresses a common problem in the kettlebell swing - a lack of hip drive. I'm also going to show you a hamstring mobilization drill that's great for swings.
 
There's the American kettlebell swing, and then there's the kettlebell swing done correctly. Let me explain why the American swing is not just wrong, but bad for your body.
 
Are kettlebells good or bad for your back? What muscles do they really work? Scientists put the kettlebell to the test. Read on to find the answers.
 
The vertical jump is revered as a test of force production. Research shows kettlebell swings can increase vertical jump. Swings, done correctly, can increase both strength and speed in athletes.
 
Dr. Jason Lake takes us on a little journey to explain biomechanics and some basic terminology. In this article he talks about the kettlebell swing and the physics behind it.
 
Would you like a simple way to cut fat? If so, then let me tell you about the kettlebell swing, and specifically, about doing 300 swings per day, everyday, and without exception.
 
There’s a lot more to the world of kettlebells than just the two-handed swing. Here are five of the most effective movements that you may be accidentally leaving out of your workouts.
 
Photo provided by Miguel Tapia Images and CrossFit LA.
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