This is more challenging than you may think and a great addition to your kettlebell training. Cross your arms to eliminate momentum from your upper half, and also lock your legs out to reduce the amount of help you get from your hip flexors.
Perform this movement slow and deliberately, especially when returning to your back. Think about each vertebrae individually setting on the ground before the next to make the anterior (front side) side of your body (trunk) do the work in lowering yourself.
Adding bodyweight exercises are an essential piece to any kettlebell training program.
Watch Coach Brandon from every angle and try it on your own!