LA Power Plate Core Kettle Bell Swing

By · Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

The kettle bell swing shown here is designed with the novice in mind, and is not the traditional kettle bell swing with the hip hinge. I’m not interested in demonstrating a hip hinge on the Power Plate because someone without experience curving their spine and hurting themselves without a live trainer present is not what I have in mind here. However doing this exercise the way I explain it here with either a kettle bell, dumbbell, or medicine ball, will improve your core stability, as well as quadriceps, glute strength and stamina.

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