You probably fall into one of these kettlebell camps:
Camp One: You know kettlebells as those awkward, dusty things over in the corner of the gym.
Camp Two: You carry them and occasionally goblet squat with them.
Camp Three: You’re a kettlebell master whose body moves in unison with the ‘bell.
Why are most lifters still in the first two camps? Probably because many conflate strength training with power training. Strength is the ability to produce force against load. Power is the rate at which we produce that force.
Most lifters are great at prioritizing strength and building bigger muscles. But direct power training is often neglected, and kettlebells are some of the best tools to train it. So let’s skill-up on four basic exercises