5 easy standing abdominal exercises, often done with a firme (Off-topic)

by pippy, Friday, March 12, 2021, 04:28 (36 days ago)

5 standing abdominal exercises

Exercises with standing abdominal exercises. Will help the core muscles Especially your abdominal muscles become stronger. Not only will it help keep your abdomen firm, but it will also help stabilize your spine. And help us to adjust our posture to be more correct, here are 5 postures of abdominal exercises that experts recommend.

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1. Standing Side Bend
How to do it

Stand with your legs wide shoulder-width apart, arms close to your body, placing your weight on each hand. (If you have a dumbbell, hold a dumbbell)
Lean your torso sideways and slowly slide your hands down to your knees.
Hold for 1-2 seconds.
Slowly return to the starting position
Complete 10 times (count as 1 set), then switch sides.
Do 2-3 sets per side (10 times per set).

2. Standing Bicycle
How to do it

Stand up straight with your hands behind your head.
Hit the knees as high as possible And bend the elbow on the opposite side Try to keep your knees and elbows as close as possible.
Hold for 1-2 seconds.
Slowly return to the starting position
Complete 10 times (count as 1 set), then switch sides.
Do 2-3 sets per side (10 times per set).

3. Standing Torso Twist
How to do it

Stand with your legs spread the width of your shoulders. Hold two handles, a kettlebell dumbbell (kettlebell dumbbell), or one weight plate, and lift it up to shoulder level.
Slowly turn the torso and shoulders to the right. The feet are fixed. And arms straight, not bent elbows
Once at a 90 degree angle, hold for 1-2 seconds.
Slowly return to the starting position
Complete 10 times (count as 1 set), then switch sides.
Do 2-3 sets per side (10 times per set).

4.Toe Touch Kick
How to do it

Stand straight, keep your stomach tucked. Lift one arm forward
Slowly kick the opposite leg so that it can touch the palm of your hand. Without the knees bent
Slowly return to the starting position
Complete 10 times (count as 1 set), then switch sides.
Do 2-3 sets per side (10 times per set).

5. Overhead Squat
How to do it

Stand with your legs spread to the width of your shoulders. Let the toes point out slightly. Raise both arms above your head, elbows straight, not bent.
Bend your bottom and squat down as low as you can. Without bending the back
Slowly return to the starting position
Do 2-3 sets (10 times per set).
For anyone with health problems such as being injured, recently recovering from an injury. Having difficulty moving your body Recommend to consult a doctor before exercising with 6 standing abdominal exercises that we bring to you. And don't forget to warm up and cool down as well. Will reduce the risk of injury


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