DUAL BOTTOMS UP KETTLEBELL OVERHEAD CARRY
“The bottoms up KB carry, regardless of position, is a great tool to implement in training as the position of the KB pointed up towards the ceiling will put a greater demand on the grip and keep the scapular stabilized to hold good positions.
The dual KB overhead carry is a great way to get the upper back and scapular stabilizers firing and activated prior to an upper body training day. This is a great warm up movement.”
TALL KNEELING FILLY PRESS
Today’s tall kneeling variation is one of the more challenging Filly Press variations. The tall kneeling position really limits how well the athlete can use their legs to stabilize, placing a higher demand on the glutes and trunk muscles to do this.
SINGLE ARM KETTLEBELL OVERHEAD SPLIT STANCE HALF SQUAT ISOMETRIC
“Improving your mobility doesn’t always have to look like static stretching or rolling on something. It can look like active movement. The keys to improved movement through active range of motion work is to move slowly, control all portions of the range, hold tension in the entire body, and only move so far as you can maintain good body positions.
This isometric hold is a great way to engage the hip flexors and strength them while under tension.”