Strength

Kettlebell Decline Sit Up

The Kettlebell Decline Sit Up is an effective exercise for strengthening and toning your abdominal muscles. It also boosts flexibility and works your arms, primarily targeting the core.
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Kettlebell Decline Sit Up instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Position a decline bench to a moderate incline and sit on it holding a kettlebell on your chest with both hands.
2
Secure your feet under the foot pad and lay down so that your body is in a fully extended position.
3
Keep the kettlebell on your chest, begin to rise up. To do this, bend at your waist while simultaneously lifting your upper torso.
4
Continue to rise up until your torso is just short of being perpendicular to the floor.
5
Pause at the top for a moment before lowering your upper body back down to the bench, and repeat for the designated number of reps.
Position a decline bench to a moderate incline and sit on it holding a kettlebell on your chest with both hands.
Secure your feet under the foot pad and lay down so that your body is in a fully extended position.
Keep the kettlebell on your chest, begin to rise up. To do this, bend at your waist while simultaneously lifting your upper torso.
Continue to rise up until your torso is just short of being perpendicular to the floor.
Pause at the top for a moment before lowering your upper body back down to the bench, and repeat for the designated number of reps.
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