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03-17-2010, 01:49 AM
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Kettlebells

I've heard they're good for hockey workouts. Anyone use them?

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yes. do a thread search. its been discussed before.

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This has been discussed before. They are very good as a supplement to a hockey training program.

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Great tools to add, definitely.

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Anyone have some good workouts they do with them? Hockey specific...

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Just picked one up. Oh man, where have you been all my life.

Just did this to start getting acquainted and it's good stuff. Really feeling it in my core and thighs.



Make sure you read up on how to use it properly. Like the proper way to raise it to your shoulder without smacking your forearm. And using your hips for the swing, not lifting with your arms.

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you can learn some good kettle bell technique and workouts here http://www.crossfit.com/cf-info/excercise.html#KBs

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