Tip: Half-Kneeling Bottoms Up Kettlebell Press

Use this to strengthen your stabilizers and get stronger in all overhead pressing movements.

With this exercise, your chest angle will be upright, causing you to bear more of the weight through your spine. With the kettlebell upside down, this variation forces you to use all of your stabilizer muscles, resulting in a more proficient movement.

Press the kettlebell directly overhead so that once your arm is fully extended, your bicep is next to your ear and there's a straight vertical line from the top of the kettlebell to the ground.