Ab & Obliques, Exercise Guide
How to Do Reverse crunch

How to Do Reverse Crunch Exercise Properly

How to Do Reverse Crunches

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Main muscles worked

  • Abs

Other muscles worked

  • Back
  • Hips
  • Spinal erectors

Reverse crunch guide

  • Lie on a mat with your back
  • Put your knees together and bend your legs at 90 degrees with your feet flatly planted on the surface
  • Put your palms facing the floor as they provide you with support
  • Make sure your abs are tight and lift your hips and pull in your knees towards the chest
  • Make a pause with knees close to your chest and then lower them to the starting position making sure your back is in full contact with the surface.

Trainer’s tips

  • The exercise should be done slowly and legs are lowered in a slow and controlled motion
  • When bringing knees toward your chest do not use any momentum as only hips and the abs should make the movements
  • Your neck should be steady, therefore, avoid moving it up and down
  • Arms should be at a stationary position throughout the exercise

In this article, you will discover how to perform reverse crunch exercise properly to build your abs and strengthen your core #reverse #crunch #exercise

Reverse crunch benefits

  • The reverse crunch strengthens your core
  • Reverse crunches also improve on one’s lower back stability
  • Reverse crunches strengthen your hips and spine and also correct your lordosis as you tilt your back in a posterior position.
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