This total-body exercise relies heavily on your abs and back muscles to control your range of motion and perform the full press properly.
How to do it: Stand with your feet slightly wider than hip width, holding one heavy dumbbell (10 lbs or more, depending on level) overhead with your left arm, palm facing in, right arm down by your side. Lower into a squat, looking up at your left arm as your torso rotates to keep it straight up above your shoulder. Your palm should turn away from body at this point. Reach your right arm straight down to floor and try to tap the ground lightly with your fingertips. Press up through your left side and keep left arm extended as you return to start. That's one rep. Try up to 3 sets of 15 reps on each side.
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