Double kettlebell goblet squat has similar benefits as the goblet squat.
Core Strength and Stability
This squat variation challenges the core more compared to the regular goblet squat because you can carry heavier loads. By having two kettlebells it requires and increase in a recruitment of your core.
Heavier Loads to Improve Strength
As I mentioned above, by having two kettlebells you are able to carry heavier loads and improve strength due to greater muscle recruitment.
Performing the Double KB Goblet Squat
Step 1: Stand feet around shoulder width apart while resting 2 kettlebells on your wrist and forearms at a neutral position with fingers interlocked.
Step 2: Keep your back tight by squeezing your shoulder blades together.
Step 3: Push your knees slightly out to open your hips.
Step 4: While keeping your body weight on your midfoot and a neutral spine, slowly lower your hips straight down.
Step 5: As you reach the parallel pause.
Step 6: As you come up, keep your weight midfoot and as you extend your knees squeeze your glutes.
Similar to the goblet squat progress the double goblet squat by increasing the load by 5lb or 2kg until you are working with a weight that equals to your body weight for 4 sets of 10 repetition. When you progress to a heavier weight with this variation, move up the 7 Squat Progressions which is a double kettlebell squat.
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