Around the Head with the Kettlebell
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Around the World with the Kettlebell
- Hold Smashbell behind the head. Keep head straight.
- Rotate the smashbell in the shoulder joint around the head.
- Repeat the exercise in the other direction.
- Bring the Smashbell with both hands and bent arms behind the head. The feet point forwards and stand at about shoulder width. The body is straight and forms a line from the feet to the head. The eyes look forward.
- The Smashbell is brought in a circle with the arms around the head in front of the forehead to the other side of the head past the ears and again past the back of the head. The eyes stay looking forward. The shoulder blades are pulled together. The rotation is done exclusively in the shoulder joints.
- The exercise is done the same in both directions.
Keep the back straight. Eyes stay looking forward during the whole exercise.
Additional exercise instructions
The exercise Around the Head with the Smashbell trains primarily the rotator cuffs. The circular movement of this exercise helps to increase the mobility in the shoulder area.
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