The Waiter’s Walk requires you to hold a single kettlebell in each hand at shoulder height. You then stand up straight, with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. From there, you take a step forward with one foot while maintaining a straight posture and extending your arms out in front of you, as if you were carrying a tray of food. After taking a step forward with the first foot, you do the same thing with the other foot and alternate them until you’ve walked as far as you can.
The Waiter’s Walk is effective at strengthening your core, shoulders, and arms. It also helps improve your balance and stability. Additionally, it requires you to engage your glutes, quads, and hamstrings as you move. This exercise is great for those who are looking to build strength and endurance in their arms and upper body.
To make the exercise more challenging, you can increase the weight of the kettlebells you use or increase the speed at which you walk. You can also add in pauses and pauses with a twist or a lunge to work your core and leg muscles even more.