Advanced Kettlebell Workout: Forget the Snatch

by Beth Andrews on December 24, 2014

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Senior RKC Beth Andrews

Are you a good snatcher? Is your kettlebell snatch effortless and smooth? If you love to snatch try this combo. Add a lunge to the snatch. Your concentration will heighten with the multiple movements. This combo will set your heart rate on fire, scorch your legs and challenge your mind. You’ll actually forget that you are snatching. Start with a light kettlebell to groove the pattern then go as heavy as you can handle.

One of my favorite workouts is to clock in for 15 min. Or my goal would be to do a 10-1 countdown of the lunge snatch and combine it with goblets squats 10-1. As always, form is more important than time or weight. Let me know how your legs feel after this workout!

IMPORTANT:
* This is an advanced combination move for both the Lunge and Snatch technique. Be aware of the hip power and extension throughout the exercise. Make sure your Lunge and Snatch form are spot on before attempting the combination exercise.
** The kettlebells used in the video are official Dragon Door kettlebells I color coded by different sizes.

Watch the video to get the finer points. Have FUN…see you on the other side…

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Beth Andrews is a Senior RKC Instructor, PCC Team Leader, CK-FMS, and Primal Move Instructor. She became the 5th Iron Maiden in 2013. Beth is the owner of Maximum Body Training and has over 20 years of training experience. She also has a successful on-line training business. For on-line training or to host an HKC or RKC certification workshop with Beth, email her at: bethandrewsrkc@gmail.com. For training tips and workouts visit her Youtube channel or her website at http://www.maximumbodytraining.com

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  • Can’t wait to try this later today! 🙂 What a great combo, Beth!!!

    • Beth Andrews Rkc

      Thanks Adrienne. you will kill it. :0)

  • Barb

    what is a 10 – 1 countdown ?

    • Beth Andrews Rkc

      Hey Barb! It is a countdown starting at 10 then each set you countdown by 1. So it would be 10,9,8,7,6…all the way to 1. The workout in the blog you countdown on the lunge snatch combo and the goblet squats. :0

      • Barb

        Gottcha thx

        • Beth Andrews Rkc

          Let me know how you like it if you give it a go Barb!:)

  • Tom Gordon

    Looks like a great drill!

    • Beth Andrews Rkc

      Yes Tom, it’s quite the challenge..and FUN!

  • Kathleen

    I did this last night…love it!!!! Thanks!!

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