Kettle bell arm lift targets plenty of muscles
Kettle bell arm lift targets plenty of muscles

This fluid kettle bell combination will work your entire body. It requires that you master two old-school weightlifting movements, the clean and the jerk. Once you get it down, says David Schenk, co-founder of Cross Train LA in Hollywood, you'll turn to it again and again because it works so many muscles in such a short time. What it does The combination works your hamstrings, quads, upper and lower back, grip, shoulders and triceps. And the double-dip movement allows you to lift heavier weights overhead for a longer time. What to do Start by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart. Grasp the kettle bell in your right hand and swing it up and into the crook of your...