Shoulder Push with the Smashbell

  • Degree of Difficulty 30% 30%

Kettlebellübung für die Schulter
Shoulder training with the kettlebell

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Short Description
  1. Stand at about hip width. Hold Smashbell with bent arms in front of the chest.
  2. Lift Smashbell with extended arms over the head.
  3. Bend arms and bring the Smashbell in front of the chest.
Long Description
  1. The feet point forward and stand between hip and shoulder width apart. The upper body is straight. The Smashbell is held with both hands in front of the chest. The arms lay close to the body.
  2. While exhaling the arms extend from the triceps and shoulders upward so that the Smashbell is lifted straight above the head. Shoulder blades are pulled together.
  3. While inhaling the arms bend again and are pulled down close to the body. The Smashbell comes to the end position in front of the chest.
Pull the shoulder blades together during the entire exercise so that the shoulders don’t roll forward.
Additional exercise instructions
The Front Lift is a simpler kettlebell exercise that primarily trains the shoulder and triceps.

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