Kettlebell Single Leg Hinge – Deadlift

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Level: Intermediate

Personal Trainer  Yana demonstrates a Kettlebell Single Leg Deadlift.

Instructions: Hold the Kettlebell with two hands. Squeeze the shoulder blades together and brace your abs. Hinge forward at the hips with a slight bend in the knee and reach as far downward as you can with the kettlebell while balancing on one leg. Hinge back up to standing position and repeat.

Note: For beginners, you may want to begin with a bodyweight hinge or use a box or bench as your target as opposed to the floor until you’re strong and stable enough to progress.

Benefits: This is a great exercise for balance, hamstring strength, Hip joint stability and Core strength.
Onnit KettlebellsAdd the Kettlebell Single Leg Deadlift to your training regimen for a little variety in your hamstring workout. This is a great auxiliary exercise. Of course loads for this exercise must be lighter than a normal Deadlift, however working through single leg exercises will help you gain the stability necessary to perform better in two legged exercises by helping root out any muscular imbalances.



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