Kettlebell Halo Exercise

Kettlebell Halo

The Kettlebell Halo is a more functional variation of the traditional Tricep Extension exercise. Get ready to increase your shoulder mobility while building your arms.


Equipment

KETTLEBELL (1)

Tips

Step 1: Grab the kettlebell by the handles with the bottom of the kettlebell pointed towards the sky. Keep your abs tight, shoulders back, and elbows close to your sides at the beginning and end of each repetition.
Step 2: Try to keep the kettlebell as close to your head as possible without hitting your head, of course. Think in terms of one ear, the back of your head, and the other ear as you smoothly rotate it around.
Step 3: Keeping your body as tight as possible, rotate the kettlebell around and try not to lift it too high into the air. Return to the starting position and then rotate the opposite direction or same direction depending on how your workout is set up.

Muscles

Triceps
Biceps
Deltoids

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Comments (2)

  • Can You Build Big Arms with Kettlebells? - Silver Wolf Nutrition

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    […] If you want to hit your triceps in a much more dynamic way than your typical overhead tricep extension exercise, the Kettlebell Halo is the answer. It will hit every angle of your triceps while also testing your deltoids and biceps at the same time. Better yet, it will help increase mobility in your shoulder girdle, just make sure you have the mobility to handle the movement before adding too much weight. Learn More […]

  • Can You Build Big Arms With Kettlebells?

    |

    […] If you want to hit your triceps in a much more dynamic way than your typical overhead tricep extension exercise, the Kettlebell Halo is the answer. It will hit every angle of your triceps while also testing your deltoids and biceps at the same time. Better yet, it will help increase mobility in your shoulder girdle, just make sure you have the mobility to handle the movement before adding too much weight. Learn More […]

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