Adding a kettlebell to an ab exercise can take the movement up another level and really target your core muscles. This requires a lot more stabilization than just bodyweight, so it’s not recommended to jump straight into it, especially if you’re only starting out with kettlebells. Pick a light weight to begin and focus on perfecting the technique. As you get stronger, you can gradually increase the weight or number of reps to keep challenging yourself. More info kettlebell ab exercise – strongandfit.com
This is one of the more advanced kettlebell ab exercises and is best done with a coach to teach proper form and ensure you’re using the correct amount of weight. Start in a plank position with your hands by either side of the kettlebell (in the rack position) and then raise the kettlebell up towards your head, extending it over your head to just about reach your toes. You can then march on the spot, changing which leg goes over the top first by pushing it down and raising the other up. Switch back and repeat.
Kettlebell Core Burner: Ab Exercises for a Strong and Defined Midsection
This moves works your obliques, those ab muscles that run along the sides of your body, as well as your glutes and core. Kneel on your knees with a kettlebell in both hands, around your left hip. Push your hips forward, bending your knees slightly, and lift the kettlebell up to about shoulder height. Then lower it to just above the floor, swinging your right arm laterally across your body and bringing it back up in front of your opposite knee to return to a starting position. Repeat for 10 reps on each side.