The Bottoms-Up Kettlebell Press - This press variation will...

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The Bottoms-Up Kettlebell Press
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This press variation will humble even the toughest of boulder shoulders! It makes typically lighter weights, tougher to press!
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The balance components of the BU press make this a smart move for training shoulder stability and overhead mechanics.
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Keep these things in mind to get the most out of this tricky press:
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Start with a firm foundation - Root the feet and squeeze the glutes!
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Take deep diaphragmatic breaths and brace your core. Aim for the corset effect - a feeling of circumferential compression around the belly, sides, and low back.
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Keep the opposite arm and shoulder stiff by making a fist. This tension combines with your core and foundation to boost strength on the working side - a process known as irradiation.
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Keep your eyes on the bell. Many folks gain a performance edge by looking at the weight as during a 1-arm press. It also helps the bell from meeting your noggin in the worst kind of way.
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Add Bottoms-Up presses to your upper body training and enjoy stronger, more resilient shoulders! : @zackhenderson_ #kettlebell #kettlebells

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