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Kettlebell Rear Delt T

The Kettlebell Rear Delt T exercise targets the shoulders, promoting strength and tone. Using kettlebells, you raise your arms into a 'T' shape to improve stability, shoulder mobility, and posture.
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Kettlebell Rear Delt T instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand upright holding a kettlebell in each hand at hip level.
2
Bend your knees slightly and tilt forward from your hips, keeping your back straight.
3
Extend your arms out to your sides, forming a 'T' shape with your body.
4
Pause for a moment, then lower your arms back down to your sides.
5
Repeat for the desired number of reps, making sure to control the movement rather than letting the weights swing.
Stand upright holding a kettlebell in each hand at hip level.
Bend your knees slightly and tilt forward from your hips, keeping your back straight.
Extend your arms out to your sides, forming a 'T' shape with your body.
Pause for a moment, then lower your arms back down to your sides.
Repeat for the desired number of reps, making sure to control the movement rather than letting the weights swing.
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