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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Today's Feature Exercise AB - Hanging Bent Knee Leg Raises (RO)

We continue to examine some of the better core exercises. Keep in mind that if you are looking to get the 'six pack' ab effect, you will have to have a comprehensive strength, conditioning, and nutrition program. You can do these exercises for a long time and not see any results without such a complete program. This and many other exercises are part of the US Sports Online Strength and Conditioning System.
Please consult a physician before attempting any exercise or exercise program.
AB - Hanging Bent Knee Leg Raises (RO) View Video
Exercise Description:

Hang from a bar with your hands or use a pair of arm straps like the "Ab-Originals." Keep your legs together. Bend your knees as you pull them toward your upper body. You may have to use a partner to help keep your body from swinging as you perform the reps. Exhale when you bring your legs up!

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