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Single-Arm Kettlebell Press 101 Video Tutorial

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Single-Arm Kettlebell Press
Single-Arm Kettlebell Press

Exercise Synopsis

Target Muscle Group

Shoulders

Secondary Targets

Execution

Compound

Force Type

Push

Required Equipment

Kettlebell

Fitness Level

Intermediate

Variations

None

Timer

Hour

Minute

Second

Stopwatch

00:00:00:00

Overview

The single-arm kettlebell press is an exercise that targets the shoulders. It is performed by holding a kettlebell in one hand and pressing it overhead. The movement is similar to a shoulder press, but it is done with one arm at a time. This exercise is a great way to isolate and strengthen the shoulders, and it can also help to improve balance and coordination, To perform the single-arm kettlebell press, start by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees slightly bent. Hold a kettlebell in your right hand and raise it up to shoulder height. Your elbow should be bent and your forearm should be parallel to the ground, From this position, press the kettlebell overhead until your arm is fully extended. Hold the position for a second, then slowly lower the kettlebell back to shoulder height. Repeat this movement for the desired number of repetitions, then switch arms and perform the same number of repetitions on the other side, The single-arm kettlebell press is a challenging exercise, but it is also a very effective one. If you are looking for an exercise to strengthen your shoulders, this is a great option.

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Variations

Variations of fitness exercises refer to different ways of performing a specific exercise or movement to target various muscle groups, intensities, or goals. These variations aim to challenge the body differently, prevent plateaus, and cater to individuals with varying fitness levels.

Alternatives

Alternative exercises in fitness refer to different movements or activities that target similar muscle groups or serve the same training purpose as the primary exercise. These alternative exercises can be used as substitutes when the original exercise is unavailable or challenging to perform due to various reasons such as equipment limitations, injuries, or personal preferences.

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