The Hardstyle One Arm Swing

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THE HARDSTYLE ONE ARM SWING THE HARDSTYLE ONE ARM SWING KETTLEBELLkINGS KETTLEBELLkINGS

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The Hardstyle One Arm Swing The Hardstyle One Arm Swing

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The Hardstyle One Arm Swing Prepared by Prepared by KETTLEBELLkINGS.COM KETTLEBELLkINGS.COM Table of Contents Table of Contents Introduction 2 Introduction 2 The Hardstyle One Arm Swing 2 The Hardstyle One Arm Swing 2 -3 -3 Introduction Introduction Aaron Guyett is the Battle Ropes Fitness Programs Manager for Kettlebell King with a decade of battle rope coaching teaching and programming. Aaron systematically breaks down force so each participant knows exactly how to program movements metabolic pathways and mindset to get the most out of your own training and the training of your clients athletes and classes. The Hardstyle One Arm Swing The Hardstyle One Arm Swing kettlebell swingView demonstrations below The Hardstyle 1-Arm Swing is focused on power development and alignment with integrity under load. If you want to train your swing to maximize these qualities nail this position at the “catch”: Position 1: The Back Swing Position 1: The Back Swing Grip the deck with the feet and drive through the mid-foot as youre coming out of the catch. Eyes look to the horizon to ensure good posture at the bottom of the swing. This helps maintain proper wedging at the bottom without letting the momentum of the kettlebell drag the chest lower than the hips. The Hardstyle One Arm Swing

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The Hardstyle One Arm Swing Have an "anti-rotated" torso or a torso that is square with the floor by guiding the bell to the working- side thigh rather than right down the middle. By "staying in your lane" you not only ensure that the working-side lat is maximally engaged but you keep your spine in alignment during the most load- bearing portion of the swing. Power-breathe with a forceful "Tsah" sound to ensure high hip power output and spine safety. The power breath increases intra-abdominal pressure in a braced torso. This pressurization 1. keeps the spine safe under load and 2. ensures that there is no power leakage inefficiency as your hips reverse the momentum of the kettlebell. The Hardstyle 1-Arm Swing is focused on power development and alignment with integrity under load. If you want to train your swing to maximize these qualities nail this position at the top: Position 2: The Finish Position 2: The Finish Your body at the top of the swing forms a straight line and the spine is neutral. Due to the asymmetrical load of the kettlebell this alignment will be challenged. To emphasize power strength the Hardstyle swing seeks to fight that rotation by engaging abs glutes and lats as if ready for impact. The kettlebell floats momentarily on the top of the swing and forms an extension of the straight arm. Find an object at chest height directly across from you and visualize projecting the kettlebell at the object. Maintain a tight full-handed grip. Control your effort and dont rush the rhythm of the swing Control your effort and dont rush the rhythm of the swing . Hold the plank position and be patient dont allow your hips to move back until the last possible moment. This will set up for the KB to remain high in the “triangle” in the catch Position 1. This will reduce the torque in the low-back and keep the training emphasis in the hips. The Hardstyle One Arm Swing

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