Kettlebell Exercise Database

Reverse Lunge to Overhead Press

Reverse Lunge to Overhead Goblet Press

Training gets extra fun when you begin merging different movement patters into one big exercise conglomerate. Some refer to this as “flow,” but I just call it good ‘ol fashioned human movement.

Grab a kettlebell by the horns or body, I prefer the body for this one, and take an exaggerated reverse stride, or lunge, and be sure that the weight bearing big toe is the first to touch and then bear the rest of the weight thru the ball of the foot. Keep the front foot’s heel anchored to the ground and the weight distributed on the outside edge of the foot.

Simultaneously press the kettlebell overhead during the reverse lunge. Watch Coach Brandon and start light and do it right.