The band-suspended kettlebell bench press is a bench press variation where kettlebells or weight plates are hung from the ends of a barbell by looped bands. The suspended weights can be in addition to normally loaded weight plates, or in the place of them. Because the instability of the weights makes the lift difficult, this bench press variety is a popular accessory movement for building the traditional bench press in powerlifting training.
Bouncing and swinging weights force shoulder stabilizer muscles to work harder
Gives powerful training effect with relatively light weights