The kettlebell is a great addition to any workout — especially for abs. It’s less cumbersome to maneuver than other free weights and can help you develop your core more effectively. In fact, as this December Trainer of the Month Roxie Jones demonstrates in this article, you can get a full kettlebell abs workout with just five minutes of work! Add this to the end of a total body or cardio workout — or just as an ab burner on its own. It’s sure to make your obliques (and core) cry out for mercy by the time you’re finished! Go here kettlebell workouts for abs – strongandfit.com
The windmill engages the entire core and is one of the most challenging kettlebell exercises for abs. It requires a strong base of support from the core and hips, as well as a stable and controlled movement from the shoulder to the chest to the knees. This exercise is best done when performed in a high plank position, with the shoulders over the hips and ankles, and the right hand held in a fist or in front of the chest to create tension.
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From this position, drive the left knee toward the chest squeezing the abdominal muscles to pull the kettlebell across the chest and down to the right side of the body. Then rest the kettlebell back to the racked position behind the left hand and repeat. Perform 10 reps on each side. This movement will challenge even the most experienced clients.