The Kettlebell Snatch.

The only thing that jacks people’s elbows up more is the kettlebell clean.

Here’s a quick video of a technique, called, The Elephant’s Trunk Snatch.

Yeah, I know, pretty goofy name. I don’t know what else to call it. I didn’t come up with it, I just named it.

Anyway, watch the video and try this version out to see if it works better for you than what you’re doing now.


Want to know more about proper kettlebell technique? Check out Kettlebell STRONG!. It’s over 3.5 hours of instructional DVDs providing you with step-by-step instructions on how to perform the more advanced double kettlebell exercises.

It also includes and 89-page book with the common mistakes most people make and how you should fix them.

Get your copy here.

Almost forgot – this is the fourth part of a 4-part video series. If you missed any of the other videos, here they are below:

Kettlebell Exercises – Avoiding Injuries Through Correct Posture

Kettlebell Exercises – Avoiding Injuries Through Proper Set Up

Kettlebell Exercises – Avoiding Injuries On The Kettlebell Clean


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  1. Hi Jeff,

    I can’t seem to find the 3rd part of your mini series. Could you repost/ resend it please?



  2. Great work, Geoff! Elephant trunk analogy…spot-on and slightly goofy, just like you, brother! Overall great series that simplifies alot of concepts that are often muddied by too many steps and too much talking. Thanks for keeping it practical and to the point.

  3. Investing in a kettlebell is probably one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life, and even though the snatch is not among my favorite exercises, I’ll definitely give it a chance again. Thanks for the video, keep posting! 🙂

  4. I learned something here, Geoff. Thank you! Actually, my cousin introduced me this product before but only upon bumping into this site that I became pretty much convinced. I sure will buy kettlebell to add spice to my daily workout!

  5. Geoffn, Thanks for the free eBook. I downloaded and like the great insights The workout program and the demonstration is absolutely helpful. Thanks and will be reading more of your eBooks.

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