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The Beginner's Guide to Mastering the Kettlebell (Part 3: Advanced Exercises)

Welcome to Part 3 of your Beginner's Guide to Mastering the Kettlebell!

In Part 1 we covered everything you need to know about correctly gripping your kettlebell.

Click HERE incase you missed it!

In Part 2 we covered how to do the most important kettlebell exercises for beginners.

Click HERE incase you missed it!

Today, we're getting to the FUN part!

It's time to learn your phase 2, advanced kettlebell exercises! 

You've made to the final chapter in our "Mastering the Kettlebell Series"!

Congratulations! I hope you've enjoyed it!

First we mastered how to grip the kettlebell correctly for increased performance, strength, and safety.

Then we learned and mastered our foundational kettlebell exercises, perfect for beginners.

Now it's time to kick things up a notch!

What you'll notice is that it's all a progression. 

With our phase 1 exercises we slowed things down.

We learned the proper set-up, posture, and execution of each exercise using a slow, controlled paced.

This is crucial when learning a new movement as it allows you to safely practice each movement while staying mindful of your technique. 

Now that we've built a strong foundation of strength and proper technique, it's time to move to our phase 2 movements.

This is a vital next step for better results as it keeps your fitness progressing and keeps your workouts fun, fresh, and challenging.

What you'll notice is that each movement builds on itself to create these faster paced and more complex exercises.

Each phase 2 exercise is a more challenging variation of the squat, split-squat, press, and deadlift we covered.

Let's get into it! 

Please enjoy and if you have any questions, let me know! 

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