By now you may be familiar with the ancient kettlebell and know that this strength and conditioning device is a tool that has been around for over three centuries. This ancient device has been field tested and proven for over three centuries by the world’s greatest athletes and strongmen. Kettlebell training provides certain traits for basketball including muscular power, strength, explosiveness (for vertical leap), and world class conditioning!
You can see how the kettlebell would be ideal for a truly competitive basketball strength training workout. Kettlebell training is very dynamic in nature and involves you gaining an optimal level of both strength and conditioning through movement and resistance. You see the base lift of the kettlebell is known as the double arm kettlebell swing. The swing involves you picking the bell up and swinging it back and forth from between your legs up to chest level. This back and forth swinging motion involves hundreds of muscles and is a sure basketball power training method. After you attempt this lift for the first time you will quickly see just how challenging it can be on your cardiovascular and muscular system. This is an All Star basketball strength and conditioning workout.
If you are serious about stepping up your basketball weight training program then kettlebell training is the way to go. If you don’t include this ancient tool into your personal program then you are cheating yourself. You have to experience the effectiveness for yourself to understand and you will see the benefits come quickly. Remember that anyone can train hard, but only the champions train smart!
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