Holding a kettlebell by its handle but inverted, with the weighted part above your hand, requires more coordination and stability than a standard kettlebell press. As long as the kettlebell stays up, you’re doing it right.
Hold the kettlebell with the weight portion above your hand and start with your hand by your shoulder. Squeeze the handle hard, squeeze your glutes, and lift the weight overhead. Don’t think about pushing the kettlebell up — think about pushing yourself into the ground.
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