Sounds funny, right? It even may look funny, because it is not a conventional or even ordinary lift. You may even raise a few eyebrows in the gym doing these. Well, there’s nothing funny about this exercise. It’s a demanding exercise that truly is a total body body exercise. It involves just about every prime mover and stabilizer. Rather than me explain it, I’ve provided a link where Anthony DiLuglio of Punch Kettlebell Gym in Providence, RI breaks the exercise down in order for you to do it correctly.
I’d suggest doing 1-2 sets of 6-10 reps on each side at the end of your lower or total body workout as a finishing exercise. Don’t worry if you do not have any kettlebells around, a dumbbell will do. And don’t worry if, like I said earlier, people look at you funny. The next time they’re standing on a bosu ball doing biceps curls with 5lb dumbbells, you can laugh right back.