Windmill kettlebell exercise - Women's Health & Fitness



Focus: Legs, stability, shoulders, core 
and agility

How to

Starting with the shoulder press exercise, you add two movements for a windmill affect. Once  you have performed a clean and press, turn your feet on an angle and, keeping both arms straight, lock the elbow. Weighted arm goes top and other arm to the ground, forming a diagonal shape like a windmill.Once again, the slower you start, the better.

This is a great exercise but should not be rushed as it uses the lower back and the twist motion gets the obliques fired up. Look straight ahead – not at the floor – as you do this exercise to keep your spine in line. Breathe in to come up, exhale at the top and come back to the clean and shoulder press.

Workout from Nikki Fogden-Moore

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