Alternating Floor Press

Free Weights / Beginner

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Equipment Needed

  • Kettlebells

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Sitewide Performance

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  • 24 lb
    average weight
  • 40 lb
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  • 2
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  • #2K
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Average Sitewide Alternating Floor Press Weight

  • 40 lb
    average weight
  • 40 lb
    best weight
  • 1
    times logged
  • #1K
    popularity rank

Average Male Alternating Floor Press Weight

  • 0 lb
    average weight
  • 0 lb
    best weight
  • 0
    times logged
  • #2K
    popularity rank

Average Female Alternating Floor Press Weight

How to do Alternating Floor Press:

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alternating floor press is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the chest and to a lesser degree also targets the shoulders and triceps ...more

alternating floor press is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the chest and to a lesser degree also targets the shoulders and triceps.

The only alternating floor press equipment that you really need is the following: kettlebells. There are however many different alternating floor press variations that you can try out that may require different types of alternating floor press equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper alternating floor press form is easy with the step by step alternating floor press instructions, alternating floor press tips, and the instructional alternating floor press technique video on this page. alternating floor press is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the alternating floor press video, learn how to do the alternating floor press, and then be sure and browse through the alternating floor press workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Keep your motions fluid to avoid injury.
  2. If you are unable to safely use kettlebells, begin with free weights of a lower resistance.

Variations

  1. Dumbbells can be used in place of kettlebells.
  2. Instead of alternating kettlebells, you can repeat up to 15 repetitions first with one arm and then the other.
  3. Place your feet flat on the floor with your knees pointing upwards.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Equipment Needed

  • Kettlebells

Tips

  1. Keep your motions fluid to avoid injury.
  2. If you are unable to safely use kettlebells, begin with free weights of a lower resistance.

Variations

  1. Dumbbells can be used in place of kettlebells.
  2. Instead of alternating kettlebells, you can repeat up to 15 repetitions first with one arm and then the other.
  3. Place your feet flat on the floor with your knees pointing upwards.

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound