If you haven't invested in them already, kettlebells are worth their weight in gold if you're trying to build massive muscle fast to bulk up and become stronger. They're usually used in ballistic exercises that incoporate cardio, strength training, and flexibility training to achieve an all-in-on workout.
But because these kettlebells weigh so much (anywhere from 5 - 175 pounds), it's easy to throw your back out or to strain a muscle from misuse. So to learn three safe and effective ways to swing your arms with kettlebells, check out this video.
Coach Nick Tumminello, Baltimore Personal Trainer, gives you 3 kettlebell swing tips for a better 1 arm kettlebell swing form.