If you’re on a mission to sculpt your core, you might be wondering if a kettlebell swing could help you tone and tighten your stomach. This reasonably low-impact, standing exercise involves using one of the best kettlebells and swinging it through your legs and back up to shoulder height. 

It’s believed to work your posterior chain and, according to Luke Hughes, CEO and Co-Founder of OriGym, this total body compound move does indeed work your abs as well. Here’s how the move fires up your trunk. 

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Luke Hughes is the CEO and Co-Founder of OriGym. Holding a first-class degree in Sport and Exercise and an MSc in Sport and Nutrition, he is also qualified as a Level 4 Personal Trainer with various specialist credentials covering the entire spectrum of health, fitness and business. 

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