3. Side Press:
- Start with the kettlebell at shoulder height.
- Brace your core and lower your torso to one side while simultaneously straightening your arm.
- Aim to keep the kettlebell in place so that it barely moves – instead, your body should move away from it.
- From there, reverse the move back to the start.
This is a great obliques – side abs – exercise because you have to stabilise your torso as you push the weight away from your body. As you get lower, the intensity of the exercise increases and your centre of mass changes. That forces you to think about the constantly changing kettlebell movement and instability as you go through the exercise.