[Kettlebell Squat] Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a
kettlebell with a neutral -or- palms facing grip. Unlock the hips and sit back, keeping the
chest elevated and kettlebell at the same position. The heavier the kettlebell, the more demand
on your core and challenge of your grip. To increase forearm involvement and help trigger
growth, precede the movement with 10 to 15 reps of a kettlebell curl. Lean forward slightly to hit the brachilias
at an optimal angle. Development of the brachialis muscles give
your upper arms the appearance of greater width. For more advanced training tips and how to
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