kettlebell swings

We've got it all today and if you think a skateboard is something you stand on, you'd be mistaken.
It's a 3-week challenge and we are onto the second week of training. Numbers and strength are on the upswing.
End the week on a high note and make sure you're ready for your rest days.
Watch out for a banded handstand push up that adds a unique twist to today's challenge.
We're going to change things up a little and try some one-arm assisted push ups.
There are some variations added to the movements today to enhance the challenge.
Three simple exercises that can build a whole body. A 3-week challenge that anyone can do safely and efficiently.
You don't need a coach to make these simple improvements to your swing technique.
Gimmicky adjustments don't do much, but the pistol grip isn't a gimmick. It's a transformation.
A simple modification to your regular kettlebell swing can transform it into a lethal unilateral training weapon.
The kettlebell swing has become such a staple of training that many have come to take proper technique for granted.
There is a method that allows you to change the swing from an energy-burning exercise, to one that builds energy.
These exercises will take your swing to another level.
The key to superior work capacity is simple conditioning, not continuous high intensity work.
There is no best back exercise. But the swing can be highly effective for the right athlete, at the right time.
There’s no position on a football team more important than the offensive line, and the hips unlock amazing athleticism.
The effectiveness of the kettlebell swing is determined by your approach, standards, and technique. If you're not going to do them right, don't waste your time.