Kettlebell Injuries – How To Protect Your Elbows And Biceps, Part 1

It seems people are still getting injured using kettlebells, even with all the great resources out there, like StrongFirst and RKC.

I guess the number of bad resources outweigh the good.

Or maybe it’s just the “killer workout” mentality that so many unqualified trainers bring to the table with this “cool new kettle-ball workout.” I dunno. But it has to stop.

So I put together a video series specifically about keeping your elbows and biceps healthy because I’d received some questions about that.

The cool thing is, when you implement what you learn in this series, you’ll keep everything else healthy too – like your lower back, shoulders, neck, hips, and so on.

Watch the video below.

Technique is the key to making long-term strength gains.

Technique is the key to achieving your fat loss goals.

If you want to learn more about the proper techniques you should be using for the double kettlebell exercises, check this out.

Part 2 in this series will be up tomorrow.

7 comments… add one
  • don perkins May 19, 2014 @ 13:36

    Awesome idea for a video series Geoff! I eagerly await the next ones!
    Thanks for sharing your extensive knowledge with us! -d

    • GEOFFN May 20, 2014 @ 17:53

      You bet, Don. My pleasure.

  • daniel fazzari May 19, 2014 @ 22:25

    Cool, Geoff. Good information to know!

    • GEOFFN May 20, 2014 @ 17:53

      Glad to help, Daniel.

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