One Arm Kettlebell Arnold PressLateral shoulder
It's a workout that can target the shoulder using a kettlebell that's a little more unstable than a dumbbell!
1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding a kettlebell in your right hand with a neutral grip (palm facing your body). 2. Raise the kettlebell to shoulder height, keeping your arms close to your body and your elbows tucked in.
1. Keeping your core engaged and your shoulder blades pulled back, press the kettlebell upward with your right arm until your arm is straight. 2. Lower the kettlebell back down to shoulder height in a controlled manner. 3. Repeat for the desired number of reps.
1. Inhale as you lower the kettlebell and exhale as you press the kettlebell upward.
1. Make sure to keep your core engaged and your shoulder blades pulled back throughout the exercise. 2. Avoid arching your back as this can cause injury. 3. Focus on using your shoulder and arm muscles to do the work and not momentum.