09 Oct The Latest Science on Kettlebells and Your Hormones
(#87) Kettlebell training and the hormonal response to exercise is the topic of this week’s podcast.
There’s a brand new cutting edge study that was just published looking at the acute hormonal response to the kettlebell swing.
I’ll break down this study and share the big takeaways around understanding the physiological changes that occur following a training session.
This is another important scientific study which helps us better understand the benefits of strength training and, specifically, the kettlebell swing exercise.
Here’s what you’ll learn about this week:
- What hormones are most acutely effected by the kettlebell swing
- What specifically happens physiologically after a bout of exercise training
- How this data can help us in our training
- Potential benefits and limitations of this NEW study
- Future considerations and unanswered questions about kettlebell training
- How this data contributes to the growing evidence based approach to health and fitness
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The new study is “The Acute Hormonal Response to the Kettlebell Swing Exercise.”
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