4 Kettlebell Squat Moves You Should be Doing
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The squat is one of the most fundamental moves in all of exercise. It is the foundation for so many functional patterns in life and should be a part of everyone’s workout regime.
Kettlebells have grown in popularity over the years, but have been around for ages.
This popularity unfortunately lends itself to overzealous beginners looking to jump right into advanced movements, skipping over the basics.
The truth is, you can get a great workout doing very basic moves with the kettlebell.
Kettlebell Squat moves can be done very easily and safely. And these moves can be very effective at improving overall squat form, strength, squat depth and posture.
The variety that the Kettlebell allows gives you more ways to train the legs and mimics very functional, everyday movement patterns.
Here are 4 Kettlebell Squat moves that if you aren’t, you should be doing asap!
1. GOBLET SQUAT
2. SUITCASE SQUAT
3. OVERHEAD SQUAT
4. RACKED SQUAT
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