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Single Kettlebell Lying Leg Raise

The Single Kettlebell Lying Leg Raise targets the lower body and core. This challenging exercise develops abdominal muscles, enhances stability in the hip region, and strengthens the lower body.
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Single Kettlebell Lying Leg Raise instructions
Step-by-step instructions
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Start by lying down on your back on a flat surface. Hold a kettlebell in both hands and position it above your chest.
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Keep your legs straight and together, and keep your feet off the floor.
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Slowly raise your legs upwards, until they form a 90 degree angle with your torso. Try to keep your knees locked during this movement.
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Slowly lower your legs back down to hover just above the floor. This completes one repetition.
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Ensure your lower back stays on the ground throughout the movement to avoid straining it. Wear comfortable shoes to avoid slipping and protect your feet.
Start by lying down on your back on a flat surface. Hold a kettlebell in both hands and position it above your chest.
Keep your legs straight and together, and keep your feet off the floor.
Slowly raise your legs upwards, until they form a 90 degree angle with your torso. Try to keep your knees locked during this movement.
Slowly lower your legs back down to hover just above the floor. This completes one repetition.
Ensure your lower back stays on the ground throughout the movement to avoid straining it. Wear comfortable shoes to avoid slipping and protect your feet.
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