Choose the appropriate weight matching your fitness level. Take a stance with your feet a little wider thanshoulder width. Make a technically correct squat and grab the kettlebell using an overhand grip. Your body core is firm. Your arms are relaxed and hanging down while your hands grab the kettlebell.
From the lowered position guide the movement to standing up straight while also pulling the kettlebell upwards towards your chin. Your elbows are pointing away from each other and upwards. Your wrists bend slightly in the direction of the kettlebell motion. Guide the kettlebell closelyalong your body. Return to the starting position using the same technique. Exhale as you overcome the resistance (lifting your body and the kettlebell upwards) and inhale as you return to the starting position.
Make sure your body core is fixed and you do not overbend at the waist and your pelvis is in a neutral position. Make sure you use the correct technique in making the squat. The downward motion to the squat is done slowly while you inhale.
Start with a lighter weight to master the technique well.