FitShot™ is a program designed to promote fitness in the shooting community. FitShot™ exercises are not meant to be “defensive shooting training.” Rob Pincus explains the key components of performing a Kettle Bell Clean (KbC) in conjunction with a live fire range exercise as part of a FitShot Workout. The KbC is a great full body exercise that requires strength, coordination and balance to perform correctly, especially while handling a firearm. The KbC should be performed on the strong and weak side, allowing you to practice shooting with both hands as well.
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