In this video, you will learn how to do the bottoms-up kettlebell carry by Dr. Brian Damhoff.
1. Start by holding a kettlebell upside down creating about a 90 degree angle with your elbow
2. Lock in your core and engage your rotator cuff and scapular muscles
3. Then you will walk
By walking with the kettlebell upside down, it will automatically engage muscles of the rotator cuff along with shoulder stabilizers, core, forearm and grip strength as you work to keep that kettlebell in the starting position. If you have pain in the front of the shoulder while performing the exercise, you can hold the kettlebell at a lower angle or you can move your arm out away from your body to find a more comfortable position for you.