Feb. 6, 2019 | By: ATTherapist
Some of the description isn't mentioned in the video
-It's important to start off your swing mechanics by placing the kettlebell(KB) a foot in front of you, tip the handle towards you, and ensure that you have a "neutral spine" by screwing your "straight feet" into the ground.
- Your feet will be more stable if you contact the ball of your foot and your heel. You should feel just enough tension by spreading your feet outwardly before you commence the swings, and feel the tension all the way up to your leg.
- Keep your arms tucked into your ribcage, by visualizing that you're holding two pieces of paper in your armpits as your swinging.
-This way, you won't rely on your arms to generate the swing, engage or contract your glutes once you have sat back into the hinge to bring your hips forward.
-See the video and study the head movements. Your eyes should follow the KB to a point
-Keep your gaze on the kettlebell.
-Ensure that you brace your abdominals throughout the movements. Be sure to find your breathing rhythm as you find your movement rhythm.
- Own the position at the bottom or top of the swing by breathing.
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