Today’s move come from Stamford studio leader Chris Jackson. Chris demonstrates the bottom up kettle bell press which works you stability, shoulder and core all at once. This also forces stability in your forearm with his positioning of the inverted kettle bell. Chris likes movements that give a lot of bang for the buck so start out with his beginner demonstration and work yourself up the more advanced motion that he shows in the video below. Enjoy.
If you like moves like this and want to learn more, come in for a Free PhatBurn class in White Plains, New York or Stamford, Connecticut. We would love to show you more cool HIIT training methods and speak with you about your goals.