Kettlebell One-Arm Row

Kettlebell One-Arm Row

Step by Step Instructions for the Kettlebell One-Arm Row

Time for another kettlebell workout routine. This time, we're going to cover how to properly execute the Kettlebell One-Arm Row exercise. This kettlebell exercise is for intermediate users and should be approached, as with all weightlifting exercises, with care and preparation. The muscle groups most affected by this kettlebell exercise routine will be the middle back, latissimus dorsi, and biceps. Always warmup before you begin any kettlebell workout. To see our other posts on kettlebell exercises, click "kettlebells" in the dropdown Categories menu to your right.

Muscle groups affected by the kettlebell one-arm row

Kettlebell One-Arm Row

  1. Take your kettlebell and place it beside your left foot.
  2. Move your left foot back and place your right elbow on your right leg.
  3. Bring up the kettlebell to your stomach, maintaining a spine neutral position throughout.
  4. Commit to 8-10 repetitions of this exercise for each side.

Kettlebell one-arm row exercises

Working with a fitness professional is always advisable in order to assure proper form and execution of your kettlebell workout. This will help you avoid injury. This is of special concern if you're new to kettlebell exercise. If you would like a referral to a fitness coach or personal trainer to help you get started, RX Fitness Equipment can help. Let us know what you need.

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