Line up the kettlebell two feet away. Hold your chest high, push your hips back, and grab the grip with both hands. Tighten your core and draw the bell toward you, then snap your hips forward and squeeze your glutes hard at the top.
Kettlebell swing to floor level. Keep your core firm and draw the kettlebell back with your lats after swinging. With your knees slightly bent, bring the bell between your legs and hip hinge back before popping them forward for another rep. Check out the 3 Workouts Proven to Change Your Body Shape for additional workouts.
Start with one arm on your forearm at shoulder height gripping the kettlebell. Drop into a quarter squat with your core tense.
Utilize momentum to lift the weight over your head. Before another rep, lower under control to start. Complete all repetitions before switching arms.
Hold the kettlebell handles close to your chest to begin. Hold your abs and squat until your hips are parallel to the floor. Maintain body tension and reverse curl the weight to the ground. Curl the weight to your chest, flexing your biceps, and stand up.
Hold the kettlebell in front of your chest by the handles or bottom. Step back with one foot while keeping your core taut. Plant your foot and drop safely until your back knee contacts the ground.
To return to start, drive through your front heel and flex your glute and quad. Complete all repetitions before switching legs. See why Science Says This Is the Best Abs Exercise for additional fitness tips.