Start the athlete with a kettlebell clutched to the chest by the horns. Instruct them to stand with with feet slightly wider than shoulder width. Instruct the athlete to rotate their hips foreword and their pelvis up in order to clear the hips. Actively pull down into a squat position keeping your back set. Use your elbows to create distance between your legs and spend a few seconds getting comfortable in the bottom of the squat. When comfortable set down the kettlebell and stand back up without losing the position. If the athlete has issues with falling after they put down the kettlebell you can start them with their heels elevated on a plate or put their backs against the wall. But the ultimate goal is to do it flat footed in open space.

We would like to thank Grey Cook for this mobility exercise.