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    GunnyHighway is offline Senior Member
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    Default 2-Handed vs. 1-Handed Swings?

    As suggested by some good folks here, I've been doing 2-Handed kettlebell swings until I'm able to do 100 in a session. I'm finally there and ready to move over to the 1-Handed variation. Any significant differences between the two to be conscious of or look out for?

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    Default Well

    The main difference is that your using one hand which will make the drill quite a bit harder since it will be taxing your core and grip quite a but more. Other then that everything that you learned from the 2H swing applies to the 1H swing. Happy swinging.


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    trace1124 is offline Senior Member
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    Default 2-Handed vs. 1-Handed Swings?

    I think it's important to really focus on keeping your shoulder screwed into the socket, especially doing one-handed swings. Something about the position with two-handed swings that makes that easier. I like to mix them up, start out doing several sets of two-handed then switch to one-handed.

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