[quote]Pat Flynn RKC wrote:
Here’s a few more in terms of kettlebell complex training, I’ll dig up some technique videos as well - I know i have a few on the clean but I have to dig through my site to find them.
Single Kettlebell Complex 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KmY1Pd_l0k
The Flynn Man-Maker - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_F1f9wmC58g
Double Bell COmplex (slightly easier than the one posted before) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWFEh7KzWek
12 Minute Kettlebell Complex from Hell - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSBpIziAKP0
High VOltage Kettlebell Complex - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUH2K9VFeS4
Burn Complex - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpKbYIN12dA&feature=related
Just a few of the many I have on my site - let me know which one’s you guys like best.
A few quick tips for the clean -
Loosen your grip as you “uppercut” through the bell - death gripping the kettlebell will only slow and delay the rotation
Think about cleaning to your hip - if you uppercut through too late and/or put too much into your clean then again you will overshoot the bell and end up with some sore forearms
Tame the arc- Keep the trajectory of the bell as vertical as possible. Think hips are the engine, arms are the steering wheel - if you let the bell arc out too much then it eventually must come back - and this is often quite painful - same applies to the kettlebell snatch.
To tame the arc, just think you are “zipping up a big coat” drawing/uppercutting the kettlebell straight up your center line.
Thumb in on the backswing and rotate the thumb out as you uppercut - this will aid in the rotation/swivel around the forearm.
Again, Ill try and find the video soon - hope those tips help![/quote]
Thanks for sharing. Great videos.