*We have pictured two stance options. The one with the foot facing forward is more advanced, as pictured first:
- Bring the kettlebell overhead in the racked grip with the right arm.
- Rotate both of your feet 45 degrees to the right (away from the arm).
- Keep your eyes on the kettlebell the entire time.
- Push the hip out to the left, under the supporting hand.
- Keep both knees softly straight.
- Fold at the waist and lower the torso down while keeping the kettlebell vertical overhead, with your eyes never leaving the kettlebell.
- Lower down as far as you can; it is not necessary to touch the floor.
- Extend your left arm down in front of the left leg, naturally and with the palm facing out. Switch sides as your workout calls for.
other wIndmIll optIons InClUde:
- Anchoring the lower arm with a kettlebell (but keeping an eye overhead the entire time)
- Bending the elbow of the arm that does not have a kettle- bell behind the back
- Performing the same exact motion for a stretch and not holding any kettlebells