21Sep

Kettlebell Military Shoulder Press: How to do, Proper Forms, Benefits

By , September 21st, 2016 | Shoulder workouts, Workout Basics | 0 Comments

Want to develop a strong upper body? Then you need to do the kettlebell military press, an effective muscle-building workout that pushes the shoulders to the limits. This powerful compound exercise is beneficial since it trains several muscles simultaneously, working your deltoid muscles as well as stabilizing the torso and legs.

Kettlebell Military Press Exercise Information

Exercise Type Strength
Skill Level Intermediate
Equipment Needed Kettlebells
Muscles Worked Shoulders
Muscles Used Triceps
Mechanics Compound
Force Push

Video: How to do a Proper Kettlebell Military Press

Kettlebell Military Shoulder Press Forms

One-Arm Kettlebell Military Press Technique

One Arm Kettlebell Military Shoulder Press

One Arm Kettlebell Military Shoulder Press

Other Names: One-Arm Kettlebell Shoulder Press/ Kettlebell Overhead Press

  • Clean a kettlebell by extending it through your legs and pulling it towards the shoulder. Rotate the wrist, making your palm face inward.
  • Press it up until it is at the locked out position above the head.
  • Lower the kettlebell to the shoulder under control. Do the desired number of reps by contracting your lat, abdominal, and gluteal muscles for additional strength and stability.

Two-Arm Kettlebell Military Press Technique

Two Arm Kettlebell Military Press

Two Arm Kettlebell Military Press

Other Names: Double Kettlebell Military Press

  • Grab two kettlebells and clean them to the shoulders. Rotate your wrists while swinging the weights towards the shoulders, as this helps in making your palms face forward.
  • Drive the weights up, and lean into them as they pass your head. Make sure that the weights are placed behind the head. For added stability, contract your lats, abdominal, and gluts.

Kettlebell Seated Military Press

Kettlebell Seated Military Press

Kettlebell Seated Military Press

  • After sitting on the floor, comfortably spread your legs to each side.
  • Grab one kettlebell and clean it to the shoulder. This is your initial position.
  • Use the momentum from shoulders to press the weight up until locked out overhead. Do the next repetition after returning to the initial position.
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