> Rest the kettlebells on front of your deltoids with your arms at a 90-degree angle from the ground.
> Keep your elbows up and lower your hips to heels slowly for 4 seconds.
> From the bottom of the squat, squeeze your glutes and drive up and finish the move.
Balance weight of then lift on your heel and big toe; don’t allow weight to shift on outer feet.
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