This is one of my favorite shoulder pressing variations. It's not only a great way to spice up your shoulder workouts and hit your shoulders a bit differently, but it also requires some additional core muscle engagement in order to maintain the offset load.

Although you can certainly perform this exercise using a dumbbell, do it with a kettlebell because its design really works well for this exercise.

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