Be sure to keep the kettlebell close to midline in the frontal plane. Allowing the kettlebell to drift during a waiter’s carry is a recipe for injury. If this is difficult to do then you should go lighter in weight. Stabilizing strength when going overhead is important, but keeping shoulders injury free is more important.

Workout of the Day:

“Waiter Walk”
72 Foot Kettlebell Waiter Walk Right Hand(m-53lbs/f-35lbs)
25 Toes to Bar
72 Foot Kettlebell Waiter Walk Left Hand(m-53lbs/f-35lbs)
25 Good Mornings
100m Run