The kettlebell crab reach is a kettlebell pressing exercise in which the lifter presses a kettlebell overhead while in a modified single-arm bridge position. The simple addition of a weight makes the reach far more difficult, challenging the muscles of the back, shoulders, glutes, and core.
Builds strength and stability in both the supporting shoulder and reaching shoulder
Builds strength throughout the abdomen, particularly the deep core (transversus abdominus) and obliques
Can be performed with a light weight for beginners
Builds shoulder stability, hip mobility, and thoracic spine mobility