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Kettle Bell Abs Exercises to Strengthen Your Core

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kettle bell abs are some of the best abs workouts you can do to develop a strong core. According to Jessica Duncan, CPT, kettle bell exercises are particularly good at strengthening your abs because they use a wide range of muscles, from the stabilizing obliques to the extensors and glutes in your lower back.

Using the power of your legs, press the kettlebell overhead to load your glutes and hamstrings, generating power in your arms to extend your hips forward. Complete 2 sets of 8 to 10 reps on each side, then switch sides.

Sit and press is an excellent exercise for a full-body kettlebell abs workout. It also helps to strengthen the shoulders and arms.

The Best Kettlebell Exercises for a Toned and Defined Midsection

Standing with feet wider than shoulder-width apart and toes pointed slightly out, grip the kettlebell by the handle with your right hand, fingertips pointing toward the sky. Bend at your knees to load the glutes and hamstrings, then explosively extend hips and straighten legs.

Draw the kettlebell up and across your torso diagonally until it’s above your right shoulder. Then, reverse the movement to bring the kettlebell down by your left hip.

Row is another exercise that will really light up your entire core. You’re going to want to do this exercise a few times each day for maximum results.

Wood chops are a great kettlebell abs workout move that will challenge your stabilizer muscles and arms, as well as target your obliques. To get started, lie on your back with your knees bent and your shins against the ground.