Everything You Need to Know About the Kettlebell Swing


The kettlebell swing is the only exercise you need a kettlebell for.

Yes, there are a multitude of other exercises we do with the kettlebell, but really the swing is the foundation, it’s the core, baseline movement that all the other kettlebell lifts (as opposed to exercises using a kettlebell) grow out of.

So this post is the top posts all collected into a single place.

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2-fighters

The Tutorials:

Kettlebell Swing Tutorial part I – the Basics

Start here. This is method that I’ve used and refined since the inception of WG-Fit and has successfully taken hundreds people from zero to successful swinging, some even further onto kettlebell sport or RKC.
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Kettlebell Swing Tutorial part II – Common Errors

Building on the first instalment of the series, here we take a look at the most common errors seen when people learn the swing and how to correct them.
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Kettlebell Swing Tutorial part III – the 1 Handed Swing

Now that we’ve mastered the 2 handed swing we can up our game with the 1 hand swing.
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Kettlebell Swing Tutorial part IV – Personalising the Swing

By now you should have the basics of the swing down. In this instalment you get to look at how we can adjust the swing to make it better fit our individual strengths, weaknesses and goals. Does that mean we don’t have to adhere to any one style or dogma?
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Kettlebell Swing Tutorial part V – Double Kettlebell Swings

So you swing like a champion but that’s still not enough for you. Well, lets double the intensity by swinging a pair of kettlebells
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and finally a couple of posts regarding specific aspects of kettlebell swing practice, this first post is one of the most read and shared to date:

So How High Should you Swing Your Kettlebell?

Ever since the inception of Crossfit and the “American Swing” there’s been a debate on how high a swing ought to travel. This is post will provide the answer to that debate.
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Ask Dave: Should I Prevent My Body Rotating During Swings?

This is a damn good question, especially as we hear so much about spinal stability and preventing movement at the core. So what’s the case with the kettlebell?
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