How to Handoff Kettlebell Swing
Trainer: Ashley Steele
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and the knees slightly bent, holding a kettlebell with both hands with the palms facing down.
Squeeze the handle in both hands, keep your back arched and sink your hips back and down to pull the kettlebell back between the legs under the hips.
Move explosively by lift the chest high, quickly pushing the hips forward, and pulling the knees back to swing the kettlebell up in front of the body. The strength to move the kettlebell should come from the hips, not the shoulders.
Allow the kettlebell to come up to shoulder height and exchange hands mid-air before pulling it back down between the legs. Sink your hips back, preparing for the next repetition, and repeat for the specified amount of time or repetitions.
Alternating kettlebell swings work your glutes, quads, hamstrings, arms, and shoulders. This is a great exercise for developing power, dynamic strength, and burning calories.