Any good program should have enough consistency to allow you to see progress.
It should have enough variety to prevent boredom and potential repetitive-stress injury.
This involves using the same basic exercises, but in slightly different ways.
This shoulder press variation helps to build upper body strength and torso strength and stability like the conventional style dumbbell and barbell version, but it also helps you improve your rotational strength and hip rotational mobility, and helps increase your ability to more effectively transfer force across your body, which is key in rotational athletic actions like punching, batting, throwing, swinging, and even sprinting.
Check out how to perform this variation in the short video…