As usual when outside practicing kettlebell juggling my friend and I came up with new moves every time. The kettlebell infinity is the latest.
The kettlebell infinity by itself is easy to do. You do an outside snatch except you are moving from one arm to another with a handoff so that it’s in a figure 8 or infinity pattern.
Even prelimanary to that you could just do outside circular snatches with a single arm. This is a great mobility drill as you’re working behind you not just to the front.
But that’s not even a kettlebell juggling move as it’s only a handoff. So how do you step it up? Add a flip. Not easy but it looks pretty good doesn’t it? I found it was easier to do in the hammer flip position.
But the truth is we started off with the partner version, before coming up with these other two moves. You’ll clearly see why it’s called the infinity in this move. And it is not easy. The throw has to be almost perfect. Too high, too low, too hard, too soft and you may not catch it, but even if you do, if it’s off to much you ruin your own throw to keep it going.
Everything in the video here was done with a 16kg kettlebell.
Give any of these a shot if you can.