One of my previous posts showcased a pressing variation called a seesaw press. This one is about the static hold and press. This variation requires an isometric contraction in one arm, while actively pressing with the opposite arm. The higher the repetitions, the longer the isometric contraction. Much like your turkish getups that require maintenance of a static press position, this pressing variation improves the stability of the entire shoulder girdle. This improvement in shoulder girdle function and stability directly improves your other upper body strength movements, as well as significantly lowers your risk of shoulder injuries, such as rotator cuff tears, impingements, etc.