A REAL football strength training workout should include the overhead kettlebell snatch! Yes, this very lift poses as a tremendous part of an effective workout routine for football players. This single lift develops tremendous shoulder stability, core strength, and hip power that goes unmatched when compared to any other workout.
The single arm overhead kettlebell snatch is performed by you lifting the kettlebell with one arm vertically from between your legs pulling it up to a position just beside your head. The high pulling motion you should implement to do this lift should mimic the motion of how you would pull back on a bow. As you follow this type of path movement in the lift you will want the kettlebell to elevate to a pausing point just at it’s peak lateral to your head. Once it reaches this peaking point you then complete the overhead snatch by punching your palm vertically to the sky to lock out the bell overhead. This explosive strength training exercise is second to nothing when it comes down to you developing football power and explosiveness! The kettlebell snatch is a strength training drill that is the staple of all kettlebell lifts when it comes to forging a resilient and athletic body designed for playing football.
If you haven’t been introduced to the kettlebell until now then you don’t know how valuable this introduction is my friend until you continue to move the relationship forward. This is without a doubt one of the best explosive strength training exercises you can implement into your own personal strength and conditioning training regimen. Remember that anyone can train hard, but only the champions train smart!
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