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Double up a micro band and put it around your wrists. Grab the kettlebells by the handle and do a shoulder press with the bottoms up.

You have to squeeze the KB extra hard so they don't flip over on your arm. Try to keep your hands directly over your elbows. You can see in the video my hands start to creep inside my elbows a little. Also, do your best not to over arch your thoracic spine.

You will have to keep these a little lighter than a normal shoulder press but they are still a great variation. They'll roast your shoulders for sure. 3-4 sets of failure are good. These should be done as accessory work depending on your weakness/ priorities. They also work well as a warm-up bc they hit the primary pressing groups and shoulder stabilizers.