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Single Leg Deadlift with One Leg Clean and Press

Do your kettlebells feel too light for you? Are you looking for a bit more of a challenge with a full body strength and balanced workout session you can do with your light Kettlebell?  If so, check out this video below. 

Try these Single Leg Deadlift variations to a one arm/one leg clean to a one leg press as shown in this video.

Single Leg Deadlift to a One Leg Clean and Press (bell on inside of the leg) as shown in first part of video. 3-5 reps each side

Single Leg Deadlift to a One Leg Clean and Press (bell on outside of the leg) 3-5 reps each side. As shown in second half of video.

Try this for 3 sets and let me know how you do!

Even though the kettlebell may be light, move slowly, get deep into the movement and most of all enjoy!


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