This is an interesting "new" form of training that a lot of strength coaches and athletes are raving about. I put new in quotations, as kettle bell training has been around a long time, but was largely forgotten about. For football training I think the kettle bells are very appropriate as you can do a lot of explosive movements with them, they are all multiple joint exercises (you don't want many isolation/single joint exercises for football training), and they all require some components of balance/core stability. All these thing are essential for functional football strength.
Here's this week's article, enjoy!
-Aaron Beineke, Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator
North East Hurricanes
"Hardest working coach in semi pro football"