Hold a weight with both arms. Twist your torso to the side until your arms are parallel to the floor. Move back to the starting position in a controlled manner before repeating on the other side. Working on rotation, this one looks scarier than it actually is. Lift the kettlebell overhead and rotate your wrist. Bend your hip to one side and slowly lean until you can touch the floor with your free hand you should look and feel like a windmill.
There are plenty of reasons to want a strong set of abs. They're tough as hell to work on, so they can provide a fitness challenge. Or maybe you just want the perfect poolside pic for Instagram. But whatever your motivations, there are some things about having a six-pack that you can only know when you're on the other end of the process.
From Esquire. We get that they're mirror muscles, and logically we shouldn't crave having them, but nothing announces to the world you're in amazing shape than possessing a perfectly formed six-pack. Is it possible for mere mortals to achieve such a physique?