Warming up is not exciting. But it’s a CRITICAL part of getting the most out of your training, and staying injury free.
Watch the video below to see my three to five minute kettlebell warm up process:
Quick Kettlebell Warm Up
– Start with getting some music going that you like and visualizing the session ahead.
– Next do your soft tissue work. Hit areas that are specifically tight for YOU with a foam roll, lacrosse ball, etc.
– Do some kind of “cardio” – run in place, jumping jack, etc.
– The final segment is going to be some dynamic flexibility and muscle activation. Two great examples of this would be the reverse prisoner lunge and inchworms or walk outs.
SO – now you have no excuse to skip your kettlebell warm up. Just a three to five minute time investment before your training session goes a long way.
That’s it for now – train hard, and talk soon –
Forest Vance, MS, RKC
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