If you are new to kettlebells, the best place to start your KPP journey is learning your basic two hand swing, this a staple of the kettlebell world and it is what all other KPP exercises revolve around.
If you have a strong back ground in kettlebells and you can safely swing a kettlebell, the next step is to start letting go of the kettlebell.
Practice making the bell flip backwards, and having it land bell bottom down and handle straight up. Get really good with this one as it translates directly to the two hand pass with a flip. When you can get 10 in a row you are ready for the next step.
Next Practice tossing the bell without a flip and making it land up right. This translates to a two hand straight pass in the KPP world. Work towards getting 10 in a row before moving on. You will know you are really ready when you can get them to land bottom down at will.
After no flips, add in the forward flip, this does not directly translate to KPP passes as much as it teaches you how to control the bell and will help with the straight pass. Get 10 and move on to the next drill.
Now alternate back flips and straight passes landing bottom down and handles up, you guessed it get 10 of each before progressing, so 20 total in a row. This is no easy feat and the more you practice this pass without a partner the better it will serve you when you have a partner in from of you.
Give it a shot and let me know what you think. If you have any questions, ask here on the forum.
Thank you and God bless!