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Fitness/Health, Kettlebell

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost

Must get back to studying for the Active Release Technique (ART) Biomechanics Test so I will keep it short.

My dang ole’ low back is still twitchy so I kept it simple with slow movements (take your time and focus on the muscles that are contracting).  I threw in some HS (Hardstyle) swings because unless I am completely laid up, these always feel great on my back.  Provided they are done right of course.

Dynamic Warm-up

  • Jumping Jacks 50x
  • Hula Hoop Mobility 10x/way
  • Bodyweight squat 10x
  • Backward In-line Lunge 5x/leg
  • Leg Swing 10x/leg
  • Tea Cup 10x/arm
  • Push ups 10x
  • Arm Swing 10x
  • If you are reading this and have no idea what some of these are, email me or call the office at 303-300-0424

Circuit (rest as long as it takes to get your breath back between exercises)

  • 24kg KB Hardstyle Swing 5×10
  • 24kg KB Strict Press 5×5/arm
  • 24kg KB Bent Over Row 5×5/arm
  • Swiss Ball Roll-out 5×5
  • 24kg KB Hardstyle Swing 5×10

Cool Down- Foam Roll while studying so I can be the chiropractor you deserve!


About Dr. Jeff Stripling

Hey everyone, I am a Rolla, Missouri-based Active Release Technique (ART) chiropractor who specialises in musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries, and active physical rehabilitation. Some things that are near and dear to my life are family and friends, my relationship with God, cycling, kettlebells, hiking/climbing, and QUALITY food and drink.


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