Secrets of the Windmill (Andrea Du Cane)

Wonderful exercise.

This looks great.

'Secrets of the Windmill' is Andrea Du Cane's instructional video on performing the Kettlebell Windmill. Wonderful exercise.

Andrea explains (and demonstrates) the exercise itself, as well as the many variations possible and the path to progress to each. It's an extremely comprehensive offering.

Andrea Du Cane's 'Secrets of the Windmill'.

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Kettlebell Floor Press.

The kettlebell version of the Dumbbell Floor Press.

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