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Perfecting Your Kettlebell Workout

From the Show: Train Your Body
Summary: Kettlebell training can make for an effective workout. However, you must always be conscious of your form in order to avoid injury.
Air Date: 4/29/14
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Michele Olson, PhD, FACSM
OLSON-HeadShot 13 resizedMichele Olson is a Professor of Exercise Physiology in the Department of Physical Education and Exercise Science at Auburn University Montgomery (AUM). Known internationally as THE Exercise Doctor, since coming to AUM, Dr. Olson has directed numerous research studies resulting in over 90 publications in peer-reviewed professional journals.

Dr. Olson is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine for outstanding service to research and is also an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She heads the NSCA-ERP Exercise Science Program at AUM and well as being the director of the Scharff-Olson Kinesiology Laboratory.
Perfecting Your Kettlebell Workout
Kettlebell training can make for an effective workout. However, you must always be conscious of your form in order to avoid injury.

The most common area at risk is usually the back, but other areas of your body can be affected as well.

How can you make sure you're performing the moves correctly?

Special guest, Dr. Michele Olson, shares how you can train with Kettlebells while keeping your spine safe.
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