Kettlebell Workout For Abs


abs workout with kettlebell

Kettlebells are a great way to add resistance to traditional core workouts like sit-ups and planks. But they’re also ideal for more dynamic movements that target different areas of your abs. This kettlebell workout for abs from Ashton Turner, co-founder of London’s Evolve 353 gym, features a mix of moves that will challenge your rectus abdominis (the sheet of muscle that makes up your six-pack), side abs and lower back. It also includes unilateral exercises to ensure your core is engaged throughout the entire workout. Find out abs workout with kettlebell –

Standing with feet shoulder-width apart and the kettlebell pressed above your chest, hold it with both hands, arms straight without bending your wrists. Then, hinge at the hips until your torso is parallel to the ground, pulling your shoulders down and back and engaging your core. Slowly lower the kettlebell behind you (as far as you can do it without your lower back lifting off the ground or arching). Return to the starting position. Repeat for 8 to 10 reps on each side.

Unleash Your Core Power: Kettlebell Abs Workout for Sculpted Abs

This kettlebell exercise is one of Duncan’s favorites for challenging both your obliques and the muscles that stabilize your spine in your low-back. It’s also a good challenge for your balance, as you must keep the kettlebell stable in a half-kneeling position while twisting the arms through the ‘chop’ movement.

Start with a light weight to master the technique, and gradually increase your reps and weight over time to build strength and endurance. Adding too much weight can compromise your form and lead to injuries, so aim for a level that feels comfortable but challenging to you.

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