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Avoiding Injuries On The Kettlebell Ballistics – Part 3, The Clean

by GEOFFN on May 21

For the past couple of days we’ve been discussing how to avoid injuries while performing your kettlebell ballistics.

We covered set and posture in videos 1 and 2. (Video 1 – Posture for kettlebell exercises is here. And video 2 – set up for kettlebell exercises is here.)

Today, we’re covering the one cue that will make the biggest difference in protecting your elbows on the kettlebell clean.

Here’s the video:

What most people don’t realize is that technique forms the foundation for every goal you have when using your kettlebells – strength, conditioning, fat loss, whatever. Poor technique reduces the amount of work you can perform and that work ultimately leads to the speed at which you achieve your results. And ultimately, poor technique will injure you.

There seems to be a ton of confusion about some of the more intermediate and advanced kettlebell techniques on the double kettlebell exercises. If you have questions about the correct or best technique for the double kettlebell exercises, then this will set you straight and clear up any questions you may have.

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