If I had to pick 1 exercise that every basketball player should be doing, without a doubt, it would be the kettlebell swing
The kettlebell swing is an advanced move, it works on strength, power, stability and core strength
You could also use the kettlebell swing as a conditioning exercise depending on how you program it
I put together a 2 minute video of how to set up for the swing and variations you can progress to once you master the 2 handed swing
Have a great weekend,
Your friend and coach,
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