Kettlebell Ab Exercises
Kettlebell ab exercises are a great way to tone up your core. They will also help you better your balance and promote good posture. Start by lying on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor or mat. Raise the kettlebell over your chest and use both hands to bring it back behind you as far as you can without your lower back arching or lifting off the floor. Then, slowly lift it up to the start position. Repeat this 8 to 12 times.
Is 20 minutes of kettlebells enough?
A standard swing is one of the most basic kettlebell ab exercises | Strong And Fit that you can do. It can be done with a 6-kg or 8-kg weight, and it will work your entire core.
To perform a standard swing, start with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart. Maintain a slight bend in your knees and lean forward until your arms are parallel to the ground.
As you do this, push your hips back and thrust them forward. Then, move your arm across the front of your body. Then, return to the starting position.
Side renegade hold
This is a really hard exercise for your abs, as the shoulder has to work very hard and the arm must remain vertical. This exercise is also a lot harder than the regular front plank, as it requires you to get into a single-arm plank instead of a normal front plank.