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Ab Exercises

Wood Chop

Begin by attaching the single handle to a high pulley machine. Next, grab the handle with both hands, however you can comfortably. Next, position your feet shoulder width apart and you should you should be standing perpendicular to the machine.… Read more

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Twisting Cable Crunch

Place a rope attachment on the high pulley of a cable machine and then select the appropriate weight. It is better to start light on this movement and perform it correctly than it is to use heavier weights. Stand in front of the cable machine facing… Read more

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Sit Ups

Lie on your back on the floor with your legs bent and your feet flat on the floor. Place your hands either across your chest or place them on the sides of your head. Do not interlock your fingers, because this will lead to a tendency to pull on the neck.… Read more

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Roman Chair Knee Raise

Begin by placing your back against the pad and place your forearms on the appropriate pads. Hold your body up by using your forearms and make sure to press your back against the pad. Squeeze your abs and then pull your knees to your chest. You should… Read more

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Planks

Lie on your stomach with your bodyweight supported by your forearms; your arms should be at a 90 degree angle. Get up on your toes like you are doing a push up. Then raise your body up until your back is completely straight. You should be able to draw… Read more

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Lying Knee Raise

Lie on your back on the floor and with your legs extended in front of you. Place your hands either at your sides or behind your head. If you place your hands behind your head, do not pull up on your neck. Your hands are there only for support, not to … Read more

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Leg Lifts On A Bench

Begin by sitting on the end of a bench and grab the bench behind your body. Lean your torso back and straighten your legs out in front of you. Pull your knees into your chest using your abs, then return to the starting position. Keep your upper body… Read more

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