I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM. And this is the alternatives to the kettle bell swing. If you don't have access to the kettle bell, there are a couple of great exercises you can incorporate to take the place of the kettle bell swing. Let me show you. The first is a dumbbell swing. You're going to take the same stance as you would with a kettle bell swing with feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Chest is up, a light bend in the knee. You're going to take a hand over hand grip on the dumbbell, and allow the dumbbell to go between the legs, hinging at the hips maintaining that light bend in the knee, and then using the glutes and the legs you want to stand up extending the dumbbell in front of you. Drive the movement with your hips and with your legs and not with your arms. Maintain a flat back, abs drawn in. The next alternative is a cable machine or a resistance band pull through. You want to anchor or set the machine with the band at a low point. And if you use a rope or a handle, grab it between your legs and step out until there's resistance placed on the band or the cable. At that point, put a wide bend in the knee, allow the cable or the band to pull your upper torso through a your hips move back from there, extend through the hips and the knees and part of the glutes at the top of the movement. Maintain a flat back, abs drawn in. You should feel a good stretch on the hamstring, and part of the glutes, as you finish the move driving your hips all the way through. I'm Jeremy Shore for LIVESTRONG.COM and this has been alternative exercises to the kettle bell swing.