Dumbbells might hog most of the attention on the gym floor, but kettlebells can be unsung heroes. When you grip a kettlebell, your muscles have to adjust to all kinds of swinging instability at the ends of your arms, not just a static weight, offering an extra strength-boosting challenge. Which is why an upper body kettlebell workout can be such a great option for arms, back, and chest day.
Why kettlebells are great tools for upper body workouts
“With a kettlebell, there is a space between your hand and the actual load, and this added distance acts as an additional lever arm,” Kelvin Gary, founder of NYC’s