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Guess what: You don’t have to train with only kettlebells to reap their functional benefits. In fact, you can maximize your training efforts by incorporating them into other lifting, body-weight, or cardio routines.
Try the three-phase workout below from Allan Phillips, C.S.C.S., a StrongFirst Level II kettlebell instructor, to build power, strength, and kettlebell skill.
Phillips’ Tip: “For the negatives in Part B of the workout, get the bell overhead any way you can—press, push press, snatch, or bent press. Assume your lockout position with the bell extended overhead and then slowly lower the bell down into your rack position from which you would normally press. This technique helps address sticking points in the middle range of the press.”