Bodybuilding.com Information Motivation Supplementation
in:
Login or Create an account to set your gender preference.
 

One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press

Also Known As:

Exercise Data

Type: Strength
Main Muscle Worked: Shoulders
Other Muscles: Calves, Quadriceps, Triceps
Equipment: Kettlebells
Mechanics Type: Compound
Level: Intermediate
Sport: No
Force: Push
Your Rating: 


9.3

Out of 10

Excellent

SHARE Bookmark and Share


One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press Images

One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press
Click to enlarge
One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press
Click to enlarge


One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press
Click to enlarge


One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press Guide

Main Muscle: Shoulders

  1. Hold a kettlebell by the handle. Clean the kettlebell to your shoulder by extending through the legs and hips as you pull the kettlebell towards your shoulder. Rotate your wrist as you do so, so that the palm faces forward. This will be your starting position.
  2. Dip your body by bending the knees, keeping your torso upright.
  3. Immediately reverse direction, driving through the heels, in essence jumping to create momentum. As you do so, press the kettlebell overhead to lockout by extending the arms, using your body's momentum to move the weight. Lower the weight to perform the next repetition.



Alternative Exercises For One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press

No alternative exercises found. Know of one? Tell us in the tips section below.

Tips and Reviews - Login to rate

 





 
  • Reviews & Tips
  • Reviews
  • Tips

of people found this review helpful

Review: One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press

Exercise Rating
9/10

Feb 3, 2012 9:28 PM: An excellent overall shoulder exercise!



comment
Please login to rate this review.

of people found this review helpful

Review: One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press

Exercise Rating
9/10

Nov 12, 2011 8:48 AM: Can this exercise be done with dumbells?



comment
Please login to rate this review.

of people found this tip helpful

Tip: One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press

Exercise Rating
10/10

Jul 30, 2011 7:36 AM: This is one of the most effective exercises for building deltoid strength and definition. Unfortunately, the video above demonstrates a form that will cause unnecessary strain in the elbow and wrist when you start lifting heavier kettlebells. The clean should bring the bell to the rack position, with...+See More



comment
Please login to rate this tip.

Give Us Feedback:
Report A Problem
Site Feedback
Follow Us:
Twitter
Facebook
RSS Feeds
Bodybuilding.com Newsletter

Receive exciting features,
news & special offers from Bodybuilding.com