The best... KETTLEBELL WORKOUT
‘Sitting all day at work is detrimental tal to pretty much everything, from posture to performance,’ says trainer Sean McPhillips. ‘This workout is designed to counteract some of that by working your posterior chain – the muscles, tendons and ligaments on the back of your body.’ The workout should take no more than 20 minutes.
Stand with feet just wider than shoulder-width apart and push the kettlebell off your body to start the swing. As the bell comes down, hinge at the hips by pushing your glutes back. When you feel a stretch in your hamstrings,hamstringngs, stand and drive your hips forward, allowing the kettlebell to rise to head height.