1 / GRIP ON
Start with two kettlebells, one in each hand, hanging casually by your sides. Engage your core to ensure you remain standing throughout the move. A face plant is never a good look, is it?
2 / KICK BACK
Keeping a slight bend in the knee of your left leg, lean forward, extending your right leg behind for balance. Keep your back straight.
3 / LEVEL OUT
Lower the kettlebells until your torso is parallel to the ground. Pause to admire the gym floorboards, then return to the starting position, tensing your glutes.
4 / KEEP IT UP
Perform 6-8 reps on each side, for 3-4 sets. Increase the weight weekly if this starts to feel too easy, which is a sign you’re stronger than last Monday, champ.
WHAT YOU’LL GAIN
Larger, more powerful glutes and hamstrings
Greater core stability and beach-ready abs
That coveted, T-shirt-filling V-shaped back
A move you can perform in the check-in queue
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