The Kettlebell Rack Squat is performed in a similar way to the Kettlebell Goblet Squat.
The difference between the two exercises lies in the position of the kettlebell and the loading on the body.
During a Kettlebell Goblet Squat, the kettlebell is held in the middle of the body close to the chest.
In a Kettlebell Rack Squat the kettlebell is held in a rack position on the lower forearm to the side of the body.
When you hold a kettlebell in a rack position to one side, there is a feeling of being lopsided with your balance.
This type of unilateral training forces you to engage your core, centre your body and squat with proper technique.
Benefits of doing the Kettlebell Rack Squat
There are many benefits to doing the Kettlebell Rack Squat. These are health related benefits and performance related benefits.
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How to Perform the Kettlebell Rack Squat
Kettlebell Rack Squat Dos
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