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Kettlebell Strength Training Anatomy

Your Illustrated Guide to Developing Strength, Mobility, and Performance | 1 CEC
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Maximize benefits of kettlebell training--a strength training strategy that mimics real-life movements--is an effective functional exercise. The kettlebell's asymmetrical design and offset center of gravity requires the athlete to compensate for the uneven load and put forth increased effort, thereby increasing strength, mobility, and stability.

Examine the muscles and tendons employed and understand the muscle development and performance from the book's author, physician and former nationally ranked powerlifter Michael Hartle.

Design your kettlebell training program with step-by-step instructions on how to execute the exercise, the muscles involved, the anatomical focus, the level of difficulty, and variations and modifications customized for your client. Relate each exercise to a specific sport or activity and reestablish neuromuscular patterns with mobility exercises.

Take the guesswork out of training and offer a blueprint for developing strength, increasing power, and improving mobility.


40 multiple choice questions. Downloadable. Unlimited retakes. View our "How It Works" video.

  • Kindle eBook: 63824 KB. ASIN: B0C3SYFM75. Accessible in the U.S. only. You must have an active amazon account. The email associated with your active amazon account, must be the same email used for this order. Kindle eBooks can be viewed on Androids, iPhones, iPads, PCs, Macs, etc. Enjoy Kindle eBooks on any device with the free Kindle app for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, PC and Mac, and on Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets. Learn more here.
  • Book: Paperback. 216pp. Sep 2023. ISBN-13: 978-1718208599. Book preview | Author bio
ACE & ACSM Approved

  • The American Council on Exercise (ACE) has approved this continuing education course which provides 1 continuing education credit (CEC).
  • This course is accepted by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and may be used towards the continuing education credit (CEC) requirement for ACSM professionals.

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