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In Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy, veteran chiropractic physician and former nationally ranked powerlifter Michael Hartle provides an inside look at kettlebell training. Breaking down the muscles and tendons used in each exercise, Hartle helps you better understand the link between muscle development and performance.
From the deadlift to the snatch, you’ll find step-by-step instructions on how to execute the exercise, the muscles involved, the anatomical focus, and the level of difficulty. You’ll also find variations that allow you to modify the exercise to better fit your specific needs. Over 100 full-color anatomical illustrations depict the muscles used in the exercises. The Exercise Focus element shows how the exercise translates to a specific sport or activity. And an entire chapter of mobility exercises will help you reestablish neuromuscular patterns needed in your training session to help you move better and prepare yourself for further training.
With comprehensive coverage and expert insights, Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy takes the guesswork out of training and provides a blueprint for developing strength, increasing power, and improving mobility. It is the ultimate resource for optimizing your kettlebell training.
Earn continuing education credits/units! A continuing education exam that uses this book is also available. It may be purchased separately or as part of a package that includes both the book and exam.
AudienceAthletes, weightlifters, and exercise and fitness enthusiasts who want to build strength with kettlebells; reference for strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, and other fitness professionals.
Chapter 1. Training With Kettlebells
Chapter 2. Deadlift
Chapter 3. Swing
Chapter 4. Clean and Press
Chapter 5. Get-Up
Chapter 6. Squat
Chapter 7. Snatch
Chapter 8. Row and Pull-Up
Chapter 9. Carry
Chapter 10. Mobility
—Pavel Macek, StrongFirst-Certified Master Instructor
“Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy is an exceptional guide that not only provides a variety of kettlebell exercises but also includes anatomical references that are crucial for proper form and injury prevention. This book is a must-have for any serious athlete or coach.”
—Danny Castillo, MMA Coach, 22-Time UFC/Zuffa Fighter, and Two-Time NAIA All-American Wrestler
“When it comes to technical execution in movement performance, Dr. Hartle has the unique ability to prioritize what is most important to get the best possible outcome. Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy is no exception.”
—Craig Rasmussen, CSCS, SFG, SFL, Coauthor of Secrets of Successful Program Design and Director of Coaching and Programming Education for Results Fitness and Results Fitness University
“There is no better way to establish a solid view of how kettlebells work in regard to the human body than Dr. Hartle’s Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy. It is an amazing reference for anyone in the fitness industry.”
—Mark Valenti, TSAC-F, SFG2, SFL, Former Professional Highland Games Athlete
“Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy is a comprehensive resource on how to incorporate kettlebell training to build maximum strength. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to become as strong as possible!"
—Tracy Cook, SFG2, SFL, 2022 USAPL National Champion and 2020 USAPL National Team Member
“Dr. Hartle showed me the way to rebuild my body, starting with the basics of safe movement and proper technique, and you can do the same using the principles you'll find in Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy.”
—Larry McSpadden, Senior Vice President (Retired) of InGuard
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