Choose the appropriate weight of kettlebells matching your type of training.
Stand in the upright position, your feet positioned in a shoulder-width stance, grab and move the kettlebells to your shoulder level by flexing your elbow. Hold the kettlebells with palms facing each other which will result in the kettlebell ball-part leaning against the back of your hand.
Alternate hands and move the kettlebells above your head while extending your elbow. Along with extending your arms, i.e. moving kettlebells upwards, rotate your wrists so that the radial parts of your hands face each other, palms facing forward. Breathe in when starting your motion and breathe out with upright motion.
Choose the kettlebell weight to match your abilities, fitness level and training type. Start with lighter weight to master the technique well.
Avoid bending backwards at the waist and maintain your torso in an upright position.
Frequency of repetitions depends on correct breathing and technique.
Prefer abdominal breathing.
Keep your torso upright all the way.