One Arm Shoulder Press Handle with the Kettlebell
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
- Stand at about shoulder width. Smashbell held with open hand at shoulder level.
- Extend arm in a straight line upwards.
- Bend arm to bring the Smashbell back into the starting position.
- The feet point forward and stand at about hip to shoulder width apart. The upper body is straight. The handle is placed between the thumb and the rest of the fingers as if you were going to grab it, but keep the hand open. The palm of the hand points inwards. The Smashbell is held at shoulder level, the upperarm is laid against the body. The eyes look forward.
- While exhaling extend the arm over the head while pulling the shoulder backwards and inwards. The palm of the hand can be rotated forward, and the rest of the body stays tight.
- While inhaling, slowly and controlled, lower the Smashball back into the starting position. Palm of the hand is rotated inwards.
Shoulder blades should be pulled back throughout the whole exercise so that the shoulders don’t roll forward.
Additional exercise instructions
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