Hi I'm Lisa Reed. This is kettlebell swing, hard versus soft. The hard style kettlebell swing is Pavel's method. It's the strength of a skill. It's actually a complete opposite of the soft kettlebell swing which has no energy and not tension. Today, we're going to be ridiculously fit and demonstrate the kettlebell hard style swing. Ready for the hard style kettlebell swing. Grab your one kettlebell to perform this swing with your back is flat, the heels, toes, ball of our feet planted. The knees are tracking the toes. Your working arm is straight in the bottom position. The other arm is out to the side and extended straight. It's going to force the abs to contract and work harder. The kettlebell handle passes above the knees during the back swing. Breathing is a rhythm of inhaling on the way down, exhaling on the way up. Remember your abs, glutes and quads are visibly contracted at the top of your swing for an excellent hard style kettlebell swing.