All of us have six-pack abs. They’re simply covered up. Tear down that covering with the stability-ball crunch. Here are a few benefits of this excellent exercise:
- Tones abs
- Sculpts obliques
- Strengthens core (abs/lower back area)
HOW TO DO:
- Sit on stability ball with legs at shoulders width and knees at 90-degree angle.
- Place hands on sides of head and lean back slightly. Contract abs. This is the starting position.
- While contracting abs, take 3-seconds to lean back until upper body is on the ball and 3-seconds to return to the starting position. That is one rep.
Do 3 sets: Set 1- 6 reps. Set 2-5 reps. Set 3- 4 reps. Focus on maintaining proper form and technique and add more reps every week.
For optimal fitness results, balance exercise with healthy nutrition and high quality sleep.
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