Kettlebell Sumo Deadlift HighPullLower body
It's hard to pull with just arm strength, so it's important to raise it with standing strength!
1. Begin by standing with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart with toes pointing outwards. 2. Hold a kettlebell in each hand with arms extended down towards the ground. 3. Keep your back straight, chest up, and core engaged. 4. Keep your gaze forward.
1. Keeping your back straight and core engaged, push your hips back and bend your knees to lower into a low squat position. 2. As you reach the bottom of the squat, pull the kettlebells up towards your chest. 3. At the top of the motion, extend your hips and knees to drive up to standing. 4. As you stand, press the kettlebells up, slightly above your shoulders, while keeping your wrists straight. 5. Return to the starting position and repeat.
1. Inhale as you lower into the squat. 2. Exhale as you drive up to standing and press the kettlebells up.
1. Make sure to keep your back straight and core engaged throughout the movement. 2. Keep your wrists straight and shoulders back as you press the kettlebells up. 3. Do not let your knees cave inwards as you lower into the squat. 4. Do not lock your knees as you stand. 5. Make sure to use a weight that is appropriate for your fitness level.