Double Lift with the Kettlebell
- Degree of Difficulty 90% 90%
- Stand at about hip width. Hold the Smashbells with bent arms at shoulder level.
- Lift Smashbells over the head while extending the arms.
- Bend arms and bring the Smashbells back down, next to the shoulders.
- The feet point forwards at about hip to shoulder width apart. The upper body is straight. Each hand holds a Smashbell at shoulder level. The palms of the hands point inwards so that the Smashbell lays on the back of the hand and forearm.
- While exhaling, the arms extend up from the triceps and shoulders so that the Smashbells are brought straight above the head. During the exercuse, pull the shoulder blades together.
- While inhaling bend the arms again and pull them down close to the body until the upper arms are close to the body and the Smashbells are held at shoulder level.
Pull the shoulder blades together during the whole exercise so that the shoulders don’t roll forward.
Additional exercise instructions
The kettlebell exercise Double Lift trains primarily the shoulder muscles as well as the chest and arms. In the execution of the exercise, two Smashbells of the same weight are used.
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