How to do Kettlebell Bottoms Up Press

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Difficulty: Medium

Impact Level: Low

Target Body Parts: triceps, biceps, upper back, shoulders


Begin with your feet shoulder width apart, and tighten your core. Hold the Kettlebell in both hands. Lift the Kettlebell from your shoulders to above your head. Your elbows should start flared out (not tucked in) as you press the Kettlebell up they will straighten. Make sure you do not swing your upper body while lifting the Kettlebell. The movement should be in your shoulders and elbows.

How to make Kettlebell Bottoms Up Press easier

For an easier option try our Overhead Press (without weight).

How to make Kettlebell Bottoms Up Press more challenging

Once you have mastered this move you can move to Kettlebell Clean and Press.

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