Saturday, January 5, 2008

All In One Abs Moves - 4 exercises to build the belly you want

All In One Abs Moves - 4 exercises to build the belly you want
By the Editors of Prevention

Want to really attack your belly? The four moves here work two areas of your midsection at once. Add them to your routine after your normal workout to create a midsection you'll want to show off to everyone.

abs exercises




Single-Knee Crunch

a. Lie on your back, with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Touch the sides of your head, with your elbows bent.

abs exercises

b. Raise your head and shoulders off the floor as you simultaneously bring your left knee toward your chest. Lower your torso and leg back down, then repeat the exercise, this time drawing your right knee up as you crunch.

10 repetitions each side.

abs exercises

Twisting Crunch

a. Lie on your back on the floor, with your hands cupped behind your ears and your elbows out. Cross your ankles, with your knees slightly bent, and raise your legs until your thighs are perpendicular to your body.

abs exercises

b. Bring your left shoulder off the floor as you cross your left elbow over to your right knee. Return to the starting position and repeat, beginning with the right shoulder, crossing your right elbow over to your left knee.

8 repetitions to each side.


Stick Crunch

a. Lie on your back, with your feet raised off the floor and your knees slightly bent. hold a broomstick in both hands behind and above your head, with your arms extended.

abs exercises

abs exercises

b. Crunch your torso up and draw your knees up so that the stick extends past your knees. Pause, then return to the starting position.

12 repetitions


V-Spread Toe Touch

a. Lie flat on your back, with your legs straight up in a V position, without locking your knees. Raise your arms toward the ceiling.


abs exercises

abs exercises

b. Curl your shoulder blades up and reach toward your left foot with both hands. Hold for a second, concentrating on your abs, then lower to the starting position. Repeat, this time reaching for your right foot. Don't pause at the starting position.

12-15 repetitions.


This article and fotos are from
http://health.msn.com/fitness/articlepage.aspx?cp-documentid=100184313>1=10815



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