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The kettlebell bottoms-up clean not only challenges your core—because you have to stabilize the kettlebell by the handle—but also works it in a more functional way than simply hammering out crunches. Think about it: Everyday activities like running and picking something up off the ground require your core to work in conjunction with other body parts like the hips and glutes.
Start light. If catching the kettlebell in the bottoms-up position proves too difficult, try catching it in the front-rack position.