The Kettlebell Bob and Weave enables you to get some lateral or sideways movement into your kettlebell training.
The lateral movement of this exercise will target different muscles from the standard forward and reverse lunge. You will also find that it helps to improve your hip mobility.
Ensure that you keep the kettlebell high on the chest either in the standard holding position, as demonstrated in the video below, or by holding the kettlebell upside down in the Goblet position.
Related: 7 Kettlebell Holding Positions
A Few Safely Points
During the movement you will want to make sure that you keep your lower back flat and move from the hips rather than the lower back.
Failure to hold the kettlebell high on the chest will result in a forward pulling movement that will put extra load on the back so beware!
If your flexibility allows try to go down as deep as possible as this will work the buttocks and thighs a lot more intensely as well as putting a greater demand on your cardiovascular system.
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