How To Avoid Kettlebell Injuries – Part 2

… And no I’m not talking about dropping the durn things on your toes or head or anything like that.

This is part 2 in the series, especially applicable to elbows and biceps.

Here’s the video.

In it you’ll learn two simple drills you can implement today.

To learn more about refining your technique – and not only preventing injuries but seeing faster results from your kettlebell workouts, you’ll want to check this out.

3 comments… add one
  • daniel fazzari May 20, 2014 @ 21:47

    Thanks, again, Geoff. Practiced with some double snatches just now, and I really felt the bells fly. Of course, KB Strong gave me a great start!

  • MARK May 21, 2014 @ 10:30

    G:

    Thanx for the great stuff. Question: On your kettlebellsecrets videos, you start from the hole (kb-behind you), as I recall (video link not working). Could you explain the 2-set-ups.

    Also, I had another question concerning high-tension, then relaxation between reps, back to ht. Example: Shoulder press. Doing a set of 5-reps, should high-tension be maintained thru all 5-reps, or should we
    relax between each rep? Are there some general guidelines for all the different lifts?

    Thanks again.

  • Sheri May 21, 2014 @ 11:41

    Thanks Geoff! These really help in breaking down the movements. I have tweaked my elbow and lower back a couple of times. You helped me confirm that I was swinging “out” too far instead of staying compact. Look forward to the next few videos.

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