Kettlebell halo exercise: How to do it and the benefits for your core and shoulder muscles

The kettlebell halo exercise topped the 5 standing ab exercises that sculpt your core with one kettlebell round-up, and there are other big benefits up for grabs when doing the core and shoulder exercise regularly, aside from hitting those obliques hard. 

Holding a kettlebell overhead your head, light or heavy, can be dangerous without good technique. Below, we discuss the benefits of the kettlebell halo, common mistakes and halo variations we recommend, as well as some tips for keeping your form tight regardless of your weightlifting abilities. 

As with any exercise, if you’re a beginner, pregnant, or returning from injury, we advise speaking with a medical professional or qualified personal trainer beforehand, especially if you plan to load with heavy weights. 

Woman in purple workout clothes holding a kettlebell in front of her with both hands against grey backdrop

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I know — sigh — being told to scale back and seek permission first is boring. But here are 7 things I wish I’d known before I started lifting heavy weights for the first time if you’re wondering why exercising caution (before your muscles) matters. If you’re ready and set to lift, grab one of the best kettlebells for weightlifting and read on for more. 

Kettlebell halo: Benefits

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