Vertical Leg Crunch | SmartSole Exercise Insoles October 06 2017
The vertical leg crunch targets the major muscles in your core. It works both your abs and obliques.
Here's how you do it:
The vertical leg crunch can be done with either your hands set against the back of your head or with your arms extended up toward the ceiling.
Lie on your back on an exercise mat and lift your legs so they’re straight and held up vertical.
Contract your abdominals and obliques to lift your shoulders and upper back from the floor. If you’re holding your arms straight, reach up toward your toes.
Slowly return your back and shoulders to the floor and then go right into the next repetition.
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