With your feet a little more than shoulder-width apart and knees slightly bent, tightly grip a kettlebell with one hand in a palms-down hold.
Keep your back straight, pinch your hips to pull the kettlebell back between the legs under the hips. Quickly thrust the hips forward to swing the kettlebell up in front of the body (Tip: the strength to move the kettlebell should come from the legs and hips, NOT the shoulders.)
Allow the kettlebell to come up to chest height before allowing it to fall back down between the legs to prepare for the next repetition.
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