Kettlebell Workouts For Lower Abs
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Kettlebell workouts for lower abs | Strong And Fit are a great way to add a little variety to your ab routine. These moves work the lower part of your abs and are especially effective for sculpting obliques.

How do I tone my stomach with kettlebells?

Stand with feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and hold a kettlebell in your left hand, fingertips pointed to the sky. Begin by pressing the kettlebell overhead, keeping your eyes fixed on it for the duration of the movement.

2. Farmer’s Carry x 6-8

Standing with feet slightly wider than shoulder-width, shift your weight to your left leg and bend your knee. Then, hinge at your hips and extend your right leg back. Continue to hinge at your hips and extend your leg, until you form a single-leg stance with the right knee elevated.

3. Kettlebell Straight Arm Sit x 12

Lay on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Raise your kettlebell over your chest and bring it back behind you as far as possible without your lower back arching or lifting off the ground.

4. Weighted Sit-Ups x 12

Lay on your back with your knees bent, feet on the floor, and hold a kettlebell in both hands. Using your abs, perform a sit-up until you can’t lift the kettlebell any higher than the shoulder blades. Then, slowly lower yourself to the ground. Then repeat the process on the other side, completing 8-12 reps per side.