First things, first. That cannonball-with-a-handle-looking weight you’ve seen around the gym is a kettlebell, not a kettleball. With that common misconception out of the way, let’s clear up another because it’s not just the name of this old school-turned-au courant exercise tool that trips people up. The preeminent kettlebell exercise—the two-handed swing—has been know to leave gym-goers of all ages and ability levels scratching their heads, wondering,”You mean I don’t use my arms to swing this thing?” Yes, you hold the ‘bell with your hands, and yes, your hands are at the ends of your arms. But when it comes to properly swinging the kettlebell, what we’re really using is our legs. When performed correctly, kettlebell swings build total body strength, power, and balance, while improving cardiovascular stamina, all with one piece of equipment. If that sounds too good to be true, maybe it’s because you’ve never swung a kettlebell with pinpoint precision. Until now that is. Armed with this step-by-step guide you’ll learn to use your legs (and hips, and glutes, and core) to perform the perfect kettlebell swing. To read more click here!