Saturday, November 13, 2021

Ab Exercises Simple and Well Defined (Part 1) :

Abdominal or ab exercises are exercises specifically designed to strengthen and tone the muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the body's midsection. Because a trim core and waist is so highly desirable in modern culture, these exercises have become exceedingly popular. This fact is only heightened by the fact that many, if not most, ab exercises requires little if any expensive equipment.

It is often overlooked that different ab exercises are designed to pinpoint certain areas of the abdominal system, which contains four distinct sections: upper abdominals, lower abdominals, love handles, and lower back. Each section of the abdominal system is distinct and each has certain ab exercises that work best in strengthening and toning it specifically. Whether the goal is to build core strength for sports or bodybuilding, or just to achieve that ultra-desirable trim torso-look, the most effective method is to do a variety of ab exercises targeting all abdominal areas, not just focusing on a single section.

One of the great attractions of ab exercises is that they require little equipment and so are much easier to work out than other areas of the body, such as the legs, back, or chest. While there are many fine equipment options out there, some basic ab exercises can, if practiced regularly, provide a good workout. The most common ab exercises are the sit up, crunches, reverse crunches, and pilates. Pilates is a low intensity workout that involved light aerobic exercise and stretching, and has become a favorite ab exercise of women. Crunches and reverse crunches are some of the simplest and most efficient workouts there are: you simply lie on your back and either crunch up with your upper body (crunches) or draw your lower body toward your upper (reverse crunches). These two basic exercises will work out your entire abdominal system, with particular focus on the large upper and lower sections, offering optimal benefits for the greatest degree of convenience. Sit ups, on the other hand, offer limited benefits to the abdominals and can actually damage the back.

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