If you’re still fuzzy on where to place your hand on the ground during the get-down, I get it. I had no idea what I was doing when I first learned the kettlebell get-up. We all have to start at the beginning, right?
Well, it’s time to finally learn exactly WHERE and HOW to place your hand on the ground in the right spot so you can nail the kettlebell get-up. Every. Single. Time.
Welcome to part three of our get-up series! 🥳
In this video, we’re fixing all the issues that can go wrong when you’re going DOWN. Specifically, the first two steps of the get-down:
As you know, there are a lot of little make-or-break details in the turkish get-up. That’s why we’re breaking things down into small digestible chunks for ya.
Watch this one and make sure you’re not smashing your knee into the ground (or worse?) in your get-down!
0:23 — Problems with the Reverse Lunge
0:27 — Hitting the Knee Hard
0:58 — Not Stepping Back Far Enough
1:22 — Shifting Your Weight onto the Back Foot
1:48 — Problems with the Half-Kneeling to Windmill
1:52 — Skipping the Hip Hinge
2:41 — Placing the Hand in the Wrong Position
If you haven’t done so already, check out parts 1 and 2 of the get-up series: