Crunch with the Kettlebell as Additional Weight

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Kettlebell Exercise Crunch With Weight
Crunch with the Kettlebell

Short Description
  1. Lay on the back with the Smashbell on the chest.
  2. Lift the upper body.
  3. Lower the upper body.
Long Description
  1. Lay on the back. The legs are bent and the feet are set on the floor. The Smashbell is held with both hands in front of the chest, the head is directed forward and slightly raised.
  2. While exhaling the upper body is lifted by tightening the abdominals. The Smashbell stays fixed on the chest. It’s important to keep the lower back on the floor and to not overextend the neck forwards.
  3. The movement backwards should be done while inhaling and the back should be controlled rolling vertebrae by vertebrae back into the starting position.
Tips
The lower back should not be lifted from the floor, when necessary press it against the floor.
Additional exercise instructions

The Crunch is a classic exercise to strengthen the abs. The Smashbell is added as additional weight to increase the load.

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