Reverse Crunch | SmartSole Exercise Insoles March 01 2017
If you're looking for a more effective abdominal workout, try the reverse crunch. Where traditional crunches only get you so far, the reverse crunch helps take your ab routine to the next level.
Here's how you do it:
The reverse crunch is done by lying flat on your back and putting your leg up at 90 degree.
Place your hands facing the ground on either side of your body. If you are starting out, you can place the hands behind your hip for added support. Then, using your core muscles in a controlled manner, pull up your legs and hips towards the ceiling while bringing your knees towards your chest. Then return to the start position.
Repeat as many times as you can.
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