Push-up with Side Switch on the Smashbell
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
- One hand is placed on the Smashbell.
- Arm bends and the chest comes close to the floor.
- Extend the arms to push the upper body back into the the starting position.
- After the extension, push the Smashbell to the other hand.
- The body begins in the push-up starting position. One hand is placed on the floor and the other on top of the Smashbell. Both arms are extended and the body forms a line from the head to the feet. Less advanced individuals can put their knees on the floor so that a line is formed from the head to the knees.
- While inhaling, the arms are bent at the elbow until the chest or nose is just before the ground. The rest of the body continues to form a line. Take particular care that the buttocks doesn’t drop and that the lower back stays hollow and rounded.
- While exhaling, the body is pushed up over the chest and arms. The concentration should be on the tension of the muscles used on the side of the Smashbell.
- The training arm pushes the Smashbell under the other palm of the hand and the exercise starts from the beginning.
The buttocks should form a line with the shoulders and the knees and it should not be broken.
Additional exercise instructions
With the kettlebell exercise Push-up Side-to-Side, the position of the Smashbell is switched from one hand to the other to dynamically train the chest muscles.
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