My love for the kettlebell has grown even deeper since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. It is simple, effective, takes up minimal space, and allows for creativity. This is probably why there is a kettlebell shortage at the moment.
Kettlebell swings are amazing for your posterior chain, posture, and you can get a lot done in a short amount of time. There are a ton of swing variations, but the most popular include classic two hand, alternating, shuffle, and walking swing.
One variation you may not have tried is the alternating skier swing. This variation has two great benefits. It allows you to unilaterally train your body in an explosive manner and challenges full body coordination/timing.
Check out the video below:
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🚨#footfetishfriday🚨 - 🏌️♀️ and ⛷ in the same day! - Here is my new favorite swing variation - the alternating skier swing - No real explanation as to why I enjoy them. They feel great and I enjoy the coordination aspect of it - #ditchyourshoes #strong #kettlebellswings #posture #kettlebellworkout #exercise #functionaltraining #workout #training #kettlebelltraining