Recently, Chris and I decided to pull up all the research we could find on kettlebell training and compile a report. This report is 25 pages long and reviews 16 studies. It’s only $6.95. If you’re interested in ordering a copy right now, click HERE.
Here are some things that you will learn if you purchase this product:
- Can kettlebells improve postural coordination and jumping performance?
- Can kettlebell swing training improve maximal and explosive strength?
- How do weightlifting and kettlebell training compare in improving on vertical jump, strength, and body composition?
- Does kettlebell training transfer to other measures of strength, power and endurance?
- Can kettlebell training improve musculoskeletal and cardiovascular health?
- Does the kettlebell swing target the medial or lateral hamstrings more?
- What is the muscle activity of the leg, back and torso muscles during swings and snatches?
- How might the kettlebell swing with a hip hinge pattern be used for athletic training?
- Does a kettlebell swing produce as much power output as a jump squat?
- Are kettlebell workouts more intense than treadmill running?
- What is the oxygen cost of kettlebell swings?
- What is the evidence for the effectiveness of non-traditional training methods, including kettlebells in improving military fitness?
- How do kettlebell swings and treadmill running compare?
- How can kettlebells be incorporated into an athletic training program?
- How can kettlebells be programed for lower body rehabilitation?
- How can kettlebells be used for functional training?
- What research involving kettlebells should be conducted in the future?
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