In this video I will show you how to add appropriate amounts of tension to your kettlebell deadlift.
1. Why you want to add tension 2. What people usually do wrong 3. How to do it right 4. Please leave a comment if you have questions
Adding tension to your kettlebell deadlift will allow you to generate more strength and power, which will increase the benefits of the exercise and keep your spine in a safe, neutral position. At the bottom of the deadlift, pry your knees open and attempt to break the handle of the kettlebell. At the top of the deadlift, squeeze your glutes, flex your quads, brace your abs and keep your shoulders pulled down away from your ears.
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