13 Kneeling Kettlebell Exercises To Add To Your Workouts

Kneeling variaitons can add in some well needed variation to your exercise routine. Although the stimulus is often very similar to seated or standing variations, thats not to say adding the variations into your training wont spruce up your workout routine and make it more fun!

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Sean Klein
Written by
Sean Klein
Published on
09/05/22
Last updated
12/01/23
In This Resource
  • 13 Kneeling Kettlebell Exercises To Add To Your Workouts
  • Common Questions
  • What Are Kneeling Exercises?
  • Which Kneeling Core Exercise Is The Most Effective?
  • Which Kneeling Strength Exercise Is The Best For Athletes?

13 Kneeling Kettlebell Exercises To Add To Your Workouts

Common Questions

What Are Kneeling Exercises?

Kneeling exercises are exercises performed in either the tall kneeling or the half kneeling positions. They have become a lot more popular over the past 5 years and offer a lot more variety to those who are training at home with just a few kettlebells to work with.

Which Kneeling Core Exercise Is The Most Effective?

It’s tough to give the “most effective” as every exercise has its own purpose. But my favourite kneeling core exercise is the half kneeling cross chop.

Which Kneeling Strength Exercise Is The Best For Athletes?

Again there really isnt a best exercises here, but the half kneeling KB press is a great strength exercises for athletes from this position as it requires both strength and core stability.

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This resource was written by Sean Klein. Sean Richard Klein has thousands of hours of coaching experience and a BSc in Sports Science with Management from Loughborough University. He owns a gym in Bayonne France, CrossFit Essor, which runs group classes and a Personal training studio.

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