Friday, May 11, 2018

Build your abdominal circuit :

When setting up an abdo circuit, or abdominal routine, or following someone else, make sure that the exercises you perform include a variety of different movements that engage your entire core.

These movements include anti-bending, anti-extension and anti-rotation movements:
- Anti-flexion: exercises such as crunches at the pulley, which force you to resist a weight that tries to pull your spine in flexion
- Anti-extension: exercises such as the lower back curls, which are the opposite of anti-flexion. The goal is to resist a load that attempts to extend your spine.
- Anti-rotation: exercises such as the abdominal wheel or rolling on a stability ball, which resist the force that attempts to turn your body. Any exercise, such as the Pallof press, done with a weight held on one side of the body, is also an anti-rotation exercise.

Complex movements such as squat or lifting are also excellent exercises to add to your basic training program.
Build your abdominal circuit

Build your abdominal circuit

Build your abdominal circuit

Build your abdominal circuit

Build your abdominal circuit


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