Two-Arm Kettlebell Squat Swings
- Hold a kettlebell with both hands in an over hand grip.
- Stand straight, with your legs slightly wider than shoulder width apart.
- Lean forward at your waist slightly and bend your knees as if getting ready to squat.
- Keep your back arched and your head facing forward.
- Let your arms hang loosely.
- Swing the kettlebell back between your legs while exhaling.
- In an explosive movement, force the kettle forward and back up in front of you, above head height by thrusting forward with your hips and rotating your shoulders.
- Continue for the desired number of repetitions or time.
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Two-arm kettlebell squat swings is a gym work out exercise that targets glutes & hip flexors and quadriceps and shoulders and also involves abs and calves and hamstrings and lower back. Refer to the illustration and instructions above for how to perform this exercise correctly. Dumbbell cuban press, trx suspension straps deltoid y flyes and rope jumping / jump rope / skipping are related exercise that target the same muscle groups as two-arm kettlebell squat swings. Visit our directory for more exercises.
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