overhead press

This is one of the best in-the-gym workouts you will ever try. I use this style of training a lot with my clients who want to get in super shape in minimum time!
Haphazardly loading a barbell and doing one set until you fall in exhaustion shouldn’t be the plan for the majority of lifters.
If you prioritize your training to focus on generality and volume of work, you will set a better foundation to push the bench press harder and longer and keep it from stagnating.
Active flexibility, power, and building strength in a position of mechanical disadvantage are just some of the benefits of including kettlebells in your workouts.
Taking a look at how the strict overhead press should be executed and implemented effectively in an exercise program.
The standing barbell overhead press gets a bad rap, but most problems are due to the lifter, not the lift.
The strict kettlebell press demands a place in your training for herculean upper body strength.
The press, push press, push jerk, snatch, and overhead squat all require a specific level of shoulder mobility before you should perform them under any significant load.
If your training does not include the bottoms-up kettlebell press, your overhead strength and stability are not what they could be.
The overhead press is starting to regain popularity for a good reason - it is the perfect way to build upper body stability and strength.
Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
It may seem tedious, but working on shoulder stability and mobility will keep you safe and at your best.
The best advice I can give is to have fun and learn from your own performance and from competitors.
The following are some of the ways you can improve your pressing, or just change the feel of it, by using different variations to work on your weak points.
In part two of my interview with Dave Whitley, he shares tips on utilizing strength and creating happiness through lifting overhead.
Recently I acquired a set of 22kg kettlebells. I celebrated by one-arm pressing one of them, which is pretty good for a 103lb chick. So here are my tips on how to build a stronger press.
A study compared a seated and standing barbell overhead press with a seated and standing dumbbell overhead press.