Table Long with Extension of Kettlebell
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
Back Exercise with the Kettlebell
- Stand at shoulder width, knees bend, toes point forward. The upper body is bent forward with a straight back. Smashbell is held with bent arms in front of the body.
- Arms is extended forward as extensions of the back.
- Bend the arms back into the starting position.
- Feet at shoulder width apart, toes point forward. The legs are slightly bent and the upper body is bent forward with a straight back. The eyes look forward. The arms are bent at a 90° angle and hold the Smashbell at chest level.
- The arms are stretched forward so that the upper arms are pressed tight on the ears to form a line. The rest of the body stays static.
- Arms bend and the Smashbell is brought back into the starting position.
Back should be kept straight during the entire exercise. Pull the shoulder blades together.
Additional exercise instructions
The kettlebell exercise Table Long trains most of the body statically and only the shoulders and arm muscles work dynamically.
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