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Single Kettlebell Plank Weight Drag Through

Experience the dynamic Single Kettlebell Plank Weight Drag Through. This exercise targets your core, shoulders, and arms, enhancing stability, endurance, and overall body control by moving a kettlebell from one side to another.
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Single Kettlebell Plank Weight Drag Through instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Start in a plank position with your hands shoulder-width apart and a kettlebell on the floor near the outside of your right hand.
2
Reach underneath your chest with your left hand, extending your arm until you grasp the handle of the kettlebell.
3
Pull the kettlebell underneath your body until it's near the outside of your left hand.
4
Resist the urge to let your hips sway as you drag the kettlebell across.
5
Switch arms, using your right hand to pull the kettlebell back to its original position next to your right hand. This completes one rep.
Start in a plank position with your hands shoulder-width apart and a kettlebell on the floor near the outside of your right hand.
Reach underneath your chest with your left hand, extending your arm until you grasp the handle of the kettlebell.
Pull the kettlebell underneath your body until it's near the outside of your left hand.
Resist the urge to let your hips sway as you drag the kettlebell across.
Switch arms, using your right hand to pull the kettlebell back to its original position next to your right hand. This completes one rep.
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