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Kettlebells Thrusters

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Double Kettlebells Thrusters is a complex exercise that will significantly improve the effectiveness of your workouts. This exercise is very energy-intensive due to the fact that the work includes a large number of both large and small muscle groups. Another advantage of Double Kettlebells Thrusters is the development of coordination of movement and strengthening of small stabilisateurs muscles, which are not included in the work when working with a barbell practically.

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The technique of performing the exercise:

Double Kettlebells Thrusters is a complex exercise that will significantly improve the effectiveness of your workouts. This exercise is very energy-intensive due to the fact that the work includes a large number of both large and small muscle groups. Another advantage of Double Kettlebells Thrusters is the development of coordination of movement and strengthening of small stabilisateurs muscles, which are not included in the work when working with a barbell practically.

 

Initial position:        

- Stand with your feet shoulder’s width apart with the kettlebells lined up between your feet.

 

Performing the exercise:      

- Squat down to grab the handles. There should be internal rotation of the arms, so that as your hands grip the handles, your thumbs point back between your legs. Engage your core, and use your thighs and hips to power the kettlebells up into the rack position.

- From the rack position, bend your knees to drop down into your squat.

- At the bottom of your squat, maintain engagement of your core, power up from the hips and thighs as you straighten your legs and press the kettlebells overhead. You should move from the squat position into the overhead press in one smooth transition.

- Control the kettlebells back into the rack position as you simultaneously lower back into your squat in order to begin the next repetition.