Side Support on the Kettlebell with Hip Movement

  • Degree of Difficulty 90% 90%

Kettlebell Exercise Sidestaby Dynamic
Side Support on the Kettlebell with Dynamic Hips

Short Description
  1. Side support position on the Smashbell. Body forms a line.
  2. Lower the hips towards the floor.
  3. Extend the hips back up with the stomach muscles.
Long Description
  1. In the starting position the forearm is placed on the Smashbell. The Arm is then bent at 90° so that the body is pointed to the side. The other hand is placed on the side of the body pointing upwards. The hips are raised. The whole body forms a line from the head to the feet.
  2. While inhaling, lower the hips down towards the floor so that the hips are slightly over the floor.
  3. While exhaling the stomach muscles are tightened and the hips are brought back into the starting position. The body forms a line again.
Be aware that the hips do not tilt forwards or backwards.
Additional exercise instructions

The exercise Sidestaby Dynamic trains the whole trunk muscles and especially the side stomach muscles.

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