As well as targeting the back of the arms (and those pesky bingo wings), this exercise helps to increase stability in the shoulders and elbows. It can be done with a dumbbell, kettlebell or even a barbell - but be careful about the weight you choose so you don't overload your joints.Shop the kit to try it out
Kneel with your knees shoulder-width apart, holding the kettlebell in your hands. Raise the weight over your head until both arms are fully extended.
Keeping your upper arms close to your head with your elbows in, lower the kettlebell behind you until your forearms touch your biceps. Keep your upper arms stationary, only engaging your biceps.
Use your triceps to straighten your arms and raise the kettlebell while breathing out.
Working the biceps, shoulders and back, it's a great all-round upper body workout. Using different equipment and adjusting your grip width will target slightly different muscle areas. So to get the most out of the exercise, test out all the different variations.Shop the kit to try it out
Stand tall, back straight, holding the kettlebell in front of you in an overhand grip.
Slowly raise the kettlebell up, keeping your core engaged and elbows out to your sides.
Once the kettlebell reaches chin height, lower back down and repeat.