Kneeling Kettlebell Press
- Using one arm, bring the kettlebell up towards your shoulder so that your arm is in the hammer-holding position. (Aim for the position of the kettlebell to be pointing upward, and upside down).
- Take one lunge step forward and lower your body down to the ground. Find a grounded position in which you can maintain balance.
- Using your shoulder and chest strength, drive the kettlebell upwards; imagine a straight line running from the ceiling through the kettle bell and to the floor. Trace this line up.
- Once in a fully extended position, slowly lower the kettlebell back down to the starting position following that same traceable line.
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Kneeling kettlebell press is a gym work out exercise that targets chest and shoulders and also involves triceps. Refer to the illustration and instructions above for how to perform this exercise correctly. Dumbbell bent over lateral rear delt raises / flyes, seated / bent over rear delt raises and wall angles are related exercise that target the same muscle groups as kneeling kettlebell press. Visit our directory for more exercises.
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