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Introducing ..... The NO ARM Kettlebell Swing

INTRODUCING..... The NO ARM KETTLEBELL SWING!






 I’m so freakin exciting about this exercise and let me tell you why!!!

1. It’s an incredible teaching tool for people who love to use their arms instead of their hips!
2. Since I’m obsessed with showing people how to work around injuries, this is absolutely perfect for people with a broken hand, recovering from shoulder surgery, tends to use their neck due to using their arms too much, and people who fear that they may hurt their shoulder from swings. This takes the arms out 100%!
3. This is perfect for people who squeeze the crap out of the handle too hard. Some don’t know how to relax their grip. Much of this is due to not trusting their hips! This drill will take care of it!
4. Fast self-correction. If you’re not using your hips and following through correctly with an actual Glute SQUEEZE at the top, the bell ain’t goin’ no where. Okay that’s slang for your kettlebell will have NO POWER.
I created the No Arm Swing after working with every body type their is over the last 16 years. It’s the missing element for many who can’t quite figure out how to get the pendulum effect with their hips.
⚠️ Start with a LIGHT bell and begin with a GENTLE hip thrust. As you get the rhythm you’ll be able to sharpen your thrust to match the load you’ve chosen.
Yes you will feel your glutes activate well. Hope you enjoy this. As always make sure you have the sumo deadlift down pat before moving on to explosive exercises.
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