Twist Drop with the Kettlebell
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
- Lay on the back and lift the upper body and legs off the ground. Hold the Smashbell in front.
- Bring the Smashbell to one side of the body.
- Then bring it back to the center.
- Start from laying on the back, the upper body and legs are lifted off the ground so that the buttocks remains on the floor. The Smashbell is held with both hands and with almost straight arms it is held extended forward. The legs are slightly bent. Balance should be found first at the beginning of the exercise.
- From this position the Smashbell is set to one side next to the buttocks. While doing so, the upper body rotates and the extended arms are moved to one side.
- With the side abdominals, the arms are moved with the trunk back in the middle. The eyes are kept forward or follow the movement of the Smashbell.
If it is too hard to keep balanced, the exercise can also be done with the feet placed on the floor.
Additional exercise instructions
The kettebell exercise Twist Drop strengthens the whole trunk muscles and and primarily the oblique abdominals. The Twist Drop is a very dynamic exercise which is also suitable as a warm-up program.
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