Kettlebell Stomach Workout
kettlebell stomach workout is a key goal for any fitness buff. But it requires the right diet and exercise to be successful. With a few exercises, you can tone and strengthen the abdominal muscles while strengthening your core, improving balance, and promoting good posture.
Kettlebell stomach workout: 5 x 10 reps
Stand feet shoulder-width apart with one hand holding the kettlebell at shoulder height. The other arm should be bent forward, forming a straight-arm plank.
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Pull back at the hips and swing down past the opposing knee, then thrust forward again to complete 10 to 15 reps.
Standing feet shoulder-width apart, grasp the kettlebell with one hand and bend forward. Keep the other hand up to create tension in your arm and body.
Swing the bell behind your torso with a slight bend in the elbows and a soft bend in the knees. Load your core as you drive the kettlebell forward with your hips.
Alternate side-to-side marching with the kettlebell – 10-20 marches per side, best rep range: 20-25.
The Typewriter drag is similar to the standard swing, but it requires more balance and stabilizer muscle engagement, as you’re working on one side of the body at a time. Start in a high plank position with one bell on the side of your hand, squeezing your glutes and core.
Then, use your opposite hand to pull the kettlebell under your body and place it on the other side (one side-to-side counts as a single rep). Perform 10 to 15 reps.