Core Strength Progression
kettlebell workout for abs are an awesome way to improve core strength and build a lean, strong body. However, just like any other type of exercise, they require the right diet and training routine to give you the results that you’re after.
A variety of core-specific exercises can be used with kettlebell workout for abs to target all areas of your core – front, side and back.
The most effective core abs routine involves a combination of total-body, compound moves that strengthen your core and stabilize the entire body. That means you don’t need to perform tons of crunches, which can be very time-consuming.
Kettlebell Ab Circuits: The Ultimate Core-Busting Workout
The first thing you need to do is pick a kettlebell weight that you can lift comfortably and feel challenging at the start of your workout. You should be able to hold it up for one minute without any pain or discomfort and can easily add more weight to the exercise if needed.
Grasp the kettlebell in your hand and hold it above your shoulder with your arm straight and locked. Slightly turn your left foot outwards and shift your right hip back.
Push your hips back and thrust forward, then swing back down past your opposite knee and then thrust again. Repeat this movement on both sides for 10 to 15 reps.
This exercise is a great way to get the most out of your kettlebell workout, as it incorporates a variety of movements from flexion, extension and lateral flexion. It’s also a great way to build core strength as you increase the weight of the kettlebell, while working your arms and upper back.