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Kettle bell bottoms up presses for wrist and hand


Joe Sullivan
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Started doing these yesterday, they feel like they will be really good for wrist and hand control. Hi reps with moderate weight plus you get more bang for your buck with shoulder, triceps and core work. 

 

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All I have are the Competition style KBs - they're a lot harder than something like Dragon Door etc. with the thicker handles

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1 minute ago, climber511 said:

All I have are the Competition style KBs - they're a lot harder than something like Dragon Door etc. with the thicker handles

Yes those are not ideal at all. The handle is too skinny. The thicker  handle kettle bells for the best for It. Really good wrist and crush component in my opinion And the shoulder complex stability and coordination... 

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14 hours ago, climber511 said:

All I have are the Competition style KBs - they're a lot harder than something like Dragon Door etc. with the thicker handles

Agreed they are harder but i think its makes it more of a a grip/wrist strength move. In lockdown last year all i had were kbells and grippers and doing loads of bottoms up presses with my 24kg comp bell really helped build my grip strength. 

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  • 3 months later...

Been out of training for a long time forgot how hard these are, I reckon it’s as much technical as it is strength 2x24kg but can hit loads with just a single 24kg

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