High Rotation with the Kettlebell
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
Strengthen Side Stomach Muscles with the Kettlebell
- Hold Smashbell with both hands extend it to one side.
- Rotate the Smashbell in a semicircle in front of the chest to the other side.
- Repeat the exercise in the other direction.
- Hold the Smashbell with both extended arms and extend it to one side of the body. The feet stand at about shoulder width apart and point forward. The hips are extended and point forward.
- With extended arms the Smashbell is rotated in a semicircle in front of the chest to the other side of the body. The hips are kept straight and pointing forward. Part of the rotation is done in the side stomach muscles and the second part is done in the shoulder joints.
- The movement is executed from one side to the other.
Back is held straight. Eyes stay looking forward during the whole exercise.
Additional exercise instructions
The kettlebell exercise High Rotation trains the shoulder muscles as well as the stomach muscles and primarily the side stomach muscles.
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