Stomach exercises with kettlebell | Strong And Fit are a great way to add variety to your workout and increase the challenge of core training. These moves are especially helpful for those who want to build muscle while burning fat, as they combine strength training and cardio.
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Hold a medium kettlebell in your right hand, left arm out for balance, and feet hip-width apart. Squat down to your knees, and then push your hips up as you come back up. As you come up, bend your elbow and pull the bell in towards your chest. Slide your hands to the horns of the handle and tuck your forearms firmly into the kettlebell.
The Swing Squat
This exercise is a hybrid exercise, which means it has both ballistic and grind movements. Performing it slowly and controlled is best to avoid injury.
Start in a straight-arm plank position with your left hand gripped around the kettlebell, and your right arm flat on the floor (if this is too difficult, you can also rest it on an elevated block). Inhale as you shift to a side plank.
The Kettlebell Swing
Hinge forward at the hips with your knees bent, sending your hips straight back and keeping your chest parallel to the ground. As you extend your body upwards, press through the palms of your hands to lift your knees off the floor for two inches. Repeat for eight to 16 reps before switching sides.