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Kettlebell Training: Swinging to Snatch Better

Emily Friedel

As a general rule, you want to be swinging something at least 4-8kg heavier than what you’re snatching, and if you’re doing high rep work you want to swing anywhere between 20-50 reps each hand.

The one arm swing is a great assistance exercise to improve your snatch – it provides grip endurance training, hits the posterior chain and certainly helps with the conditioning.

Now, as you probably know there are many ways to skin a cat and many ways to swing a kettlebell.  There are plently of debates about “styles” and whatnot, but to cut through the BS if you want to swing for the purpose of improving your snatch style isn’t really an issue – physics and efficiency of movement are what you need to focus on.

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My real journey began with myself four years ago. After having injured myself at work, I decided it was time to go back and focus on being fit, active and healthy. In my late teens I practiced martial arts in the form of kickboxing for many years.

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