The Double Kettlebell Alternating Hang Clean
is a great exercise for building core and upper body strength. It starts with two kettlebells placed between your feet and then requires you to push your butt back and look straight ahead. You then clean
one kettlebell to your shoulder and hold on to the other. With a fluid motion, you lower the top kettlebell while driving the bottom kettlebell up. This exercise is a great way to improve your strength and endurance and can be used as part of a larger workout routine.
To incorporate the Double Kettlebell Alternating Hang Clean into your workouts, you can follow these steps:
1. Warm up: Before starting any exercise, it's important to warm up your body. Spend 5-10 minutes doing dynamic stretches or light cardio exercises to get your muscles warm and ready for the workout.
2. Set up: Place two kettlebells between your feet. Make sure they are at a comfortable distance apart and that you can easily reach them.
3. Starting position: To get in the starting position, push your butt back and look straight ahead. This will engage your core and prepare your body for the movement.
4. Clean one kettlebell: Using a controlled motion, lift one kettlebell up to your shoulder. Make sure to maintain proper form and engage your muscles throughout the movement.
5. Hold on to the other kettlebell: While holding the first kettlebell at your shoulder, grip the other kettlebell firmly with your other hand. This will help stabilize your body and engage your upper body muscles.
6. Perform the alternating hang clean: With a fluid motion, lower the top kettlebell while driving the bottom kettlebell up. The movement should be controlled and smooth, focusing on engaging your core and upper body muscles.
7. Repeat: Perform the alternating hang clean for your desired number of repetitions. Start with a lighter weight and gradually increase as you get stronger and more comfortable with the exercise.
8. Incorporate into your workout routine: The Double Kettle