Rethinking Kettlebell Ballistics

Andrew Read swings a heavy kettlebell
Rethinking kettlebell ballistics

Back when kettlebells first became popular there were three things that drew me to them. Firstly, they allowed you to perform a lot of movements with only a few pieces of equipment – something that appealed greatly to my minimalistic nature. Secondly, they can be a great tool for rehab, strength, and conditioning (although to a lesser degree). And finally, many of the exercises were hip centric movements which would do wonders to help get rid of the lazy glutes many suffer from and help build full body power. Continue reading “Rethinking Kettlebell Ballistics”