Top Bodybuilder Says “Use These 5 Core Burning Exercises” If You’re Serious to Create Abs of Steel, Here’s the Proof

Bodyweight moves are great for developing a foundation of abdominal size and strength – but if you want to sculpt a rock-solid six-pack, you’ll need to start adding resistance. One of the most effective tools for the job is a kettlebell.

Kettlebells are versatile, single-sided moves make you unbalanced so your body has to work harder to keep you stable. Any overhead move, like a windmill, will also require good core strength to stabilise your spine.”

How to do it:

  • Do three sets of ten reps for each exercise, resting for 45 seconds between sets and 90 seconds between exercises.
  • For single-sided exercises such as the side press, do two sets on each side, alternating sides each set.
  • To keep progressing, add a rep to every set each time you train, until you’re doing 15 reps in each set.
  • After that, use a heavier kettlebell and go back to doing ten reps.

Why it works:

The moves in this workout will help you develop your anti-rotation abilities, which enable you to resist being pulled out of position. They will also give you a comprehensive abs and core workout, targeting your rectus abdominis (the sheet of muscle that makes up your six-pack), side abs and lower back.

If you’re not using kettlebells in your abs training, you’re missing a trick.

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