Deadlift with the Kettlebell

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Kettlebell Exercise Deadlift Deadlift, the Classic Exercise for the Lower Back

Short Description
  1. Stand at shoulder width, bend the knees, toes point forwards. The upper body is bent forward with a straight back.
  2. The legs extend and the hips are brought forward in order to lift the Smashbell.
  3. Bend the knees and bring the buttocks back to lower the Smashbell.
Long Description
  1. Stand at a starting position of about shoulder width, the toes point forward or slightly outwards. The legs are bent to the point where the extended arms can grab the Smashbell. The back is straight and bent slightly forward. The buttocks is extended backwards.
  2. Bring the Smashbell upwards using the power of the legs and lower back by extending the legs and pushing the hips forward. The whole back stays straight and always maintains tension. The Smashbell is brought close to the body upwards until the whole body is upright.
  3. Keep the tension in the body while you bring the hips and buttocks backwards, so that the Smashbell can be lowered into the starting position.
Keep the back straight during the entire exercise, only move the knees and hips.
Additional exercise instructions

The Deadlift is a classic exercise for the lower back and the back of the thighs (hamstrings).

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