Activation of your core musculature is achieved by kettlebell exercises. This includes your back, abdominal, glutes and hips. Due to this developed strong and active core several injuries are prevented, which guarantees the good health of your spine in the long run, and makes your body movements more efficient. Exercises such as swings and its variations, are high rep workouts, increasing your heart rate and thus pushing the boundaries of your cardiovascular endurance. Therefore, following a workout which focuses on these exercises can prove to be a great benefit.
When you do kB exercises your core muscles are pushed to perform better as they need to work repeatedly for longer periods. Due to this your body attains better muscular endurance which is necessary for good posture during workouts. There are several injuries, pains, aches, that are saved due to better posture while training. Also due to the amount of resistance that your body has to endure during a workout your body gets stronger muscles. Plus while doing kettle bell exercises your body goes through weight bearing and this helps you in strengthening your bones. There are several diseases like arthritis and osteoporosis, that are prevented by doing weight bearing exercises.
While doing kettlebells many muscle groups get involved and thus resulting in increased heart rate and higher burning of calories. Also these exercises increase the metabolism of the body and thus resulting in long term reduction in body weight. If you add to that all the variety they can offer Kettle bell workouts gives you a lot of variety in the types of exercises that you can do. Due to this variety you can easily target different muscles of your body in a better way and also make your workout schedule more interesting by making relevant changes in regular intervals.
There is research being conducted into these workouts that suggests they are beneficial to those who are suffering from upper body related pain complaints arising from overuse, tension, and extended periods of being in the same position whilst working.
The powerful movements of the workouts can help a person reduce pain in their back, neck, and shoulders, and further research such as from the NCBI (National Center for Biotechnology Information), US National Library of Medicine, and National Institutes of Health, with the focus into the potential of using kettlebell workouts to help with athletic rehab.