Set a pair of kettlebells or hexagonal dumbbells parallel to one another and at a distance where you can grab them and perform push-ups. It might take a bit of adjusting to find the proper width.
Get down and grab both kettlebells firmly. Extend your legs to straighten your body, and bring your chest out. Your arms and body should be straight. Your wrists, elbows, and shoulders should be in a straight vertical line.
Space your feet out a bit for better balance and engage your glutes.
Shift your weight slightly to the left, where your left arm supports you more.
Take a breath and row the right kettlebell as you keep your body stable.
Pull until your elbow is in line with your torso and hold the contraction for a moment.
As you exhale, lower the kettlebell to the starting position.
Take another breath and repeat.
Once you’re done with your right arm, shift your weight to the right and row the other kettlebell with your left side.
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