This kettlebell mobility flow is a great warm-up or standalone session. Use a light kettlebell and complete the following: Arm-bar Get-up Windmill Then move right into: Waiter walk Rack walk Suitcase Carry I alternated round with a 16kg and 20kg bell today. Five rounds with each bell per side.
If you train with kettlebells long enough, you’re eventually going to get tight forearms. It’s all part of the fun. Luckily, there are a number of things we can do to prevent our forearms from getting overly stiff and tight and causing issues. Wrist, elbow, shoulder, and even neck issues can all arise from not […]
Do your knees hurt when doing Turkish Get-ups? There may be a simple fix… Try these Rolling 45’s instead. While not a perfect substitute for the Get-up, Rolling 45’s still provide a ton of benefit. And they’re much better than skipping the movement all together!
A common issue when training with kettlebells, especially when doing a lot of kettlebell snatches, is that our thoracic spine, or upper back, can get very tight. We can lose a lot of mobility here and it can result in lower performance or even injury. Rather than letting that happen, try incorporating the RKC Arm […]
The Kettlebell Halo is a great movement for mobilizing and warming up the shoulders and upper back. Grab a light bell and throw it into your regular warm-up routine!