By: Erin E. Ducat DC, CSCS, CCSP, DACRB, FACO
Chiropractic Physician in Bloomingdale, IL – Board-Certified in Orthopedics, Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Last weekend I attended the Strong First Level 1 Kettlebell Instructor Certification in Rosemont. It was a class highly recommended by my colleagues and it did not disappoint. Becoming anti-fragile and raising your threshold is key, especially after a back injury, so that normal tasks don’t “throw your back out.” Check out this video to learn more about using kettlebells. I even threw in a bonus exercise of the Waiter’s Bow Hip Hinge and Deadlift that you can try at home!
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