I haven’t seriously practice kettlebell juggling in many years. But I’ve been doing just little bits of it in the last couple months.
I especially liked this comment.
One of the tougher kettlebell juggling skills is the over the shoulder toss or flip. While most of the skills can be picked up reasonably well in a single session of practice, I remember it taking a dedicated couple of weeks to get this one.
I’d done it before with the 32kg/70lb kettlebell. But I had a feeling I’d be able to do more. I set the camera rolling and you can see the result here.
I’ve said it before and I’ll keep on saying it. Kettlebell juggling is one of the most fun ways of building strength and conditioning out there. It comes with a bunch of additional benefits (hand-eye coordination, explosive and absorptive force from odd angles, etc.) that few other methods deliver.
If you’d like to get started in kettlebell juggling (it’s easier than you might think) I have a free video series you can sign up for here.
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