Kettlebell Workout For Obliques

Kettlebell Workout For Obliques

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Obliques are an often overlooked muscle group, but they play an important role in stabilizing the core and providing a strong foundation for other exercises. A strong set of obliques can improve posture, balance, and reduce the risk of injury. If you're looking to tone and strengthen your obliques, kettlebells are an excellent tool. In this workout, we'll show you how to use kettlebells to target the obliques and give you a strong, defined waistline.

The Workout:

  1. Kettlebell Side Bend: Hold a kettlebell in one hand and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Bend your torso to the side, feeling the oblique muscles on the side of the body that you are bending towards. Perform 3 sets of 8-12 reps on each side.

  2. Kettlebell Russian Twists: Sit on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground. Hold a kettlebell with both hands and twist your torso to the side, tapping the kettlebell on the floor. This exercise targets the obliques on the opposite side of the body from the side bend. Perform 3 sets of 8-12 reps on each side.

  3. Kettlebell Windmills: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding a kettlebell in one hand. Lower your body to the side, keeping the arm with the kettlebell straight and reaching the kettlebell towards the ground. This exercise works the obliques as well as other core muscles. Perform 3 sets of 8-12 reps on each side.

  4. Kettlebell Figure 8s: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding a kettlebell in one hand. Pass the kettlebell through your legs, switching hands behind your back. This exercise works the obliques as well as other core muscles. Perform 3 sets of 8-12 reps on each side.

Incorporating this kettlebell workout for obliques into your regular fitness routine will help you achieve a strong, defined waistline and improve your overall fitness. Remember to use proper form and start with a weight that you can handle. As you get stronger, you can increase the weight of the kettlebells you use. Be sure to also include other exercises to train your core and overall body.

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