The Kettlebell Renegade Row Is A Stabilization Exercise That Strengthens The Core, Back and Shoulders
INSTRUCTIONS: Place the kettlebells on your mat about shoulder width apart. Get onto hands and knees. Grab the weights firmly in each hand. Keeping shoulders neutral, slowly move upward into a down plank position with feet hip width. If you require more stability, place feet wider than hip width. Slowly lift the weight using your right arm. The top of the move aligns the right elbow with right shoulder. Slowly lower the weight and repeat with your left arm. Keep hips level and positioned toward the mat. Use an appropriate weight so that you can move slowly with good technique and stay in control of the exercise.
COMMON ERRORS: Shrugging shoulder toward ear. Sagging tailbone toward the mat. Swiveling hips. Rocking back and forth. Moving too fast and losing control of the weight. Using too much weight.
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