Crunch rotation

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How To Make Crunch With Rotation 1- Starting position Lie down taking care to press the lower back firmly against the floor. Place your legs on a flat surface so that your knees are at a 90-degree angle, or put your feet on the ground with your knees bent.

(a) Lie on the floor, knees bent, holding a medicine ball overhead. Keeping your arms straight and core tight, raise the ball over your knees. Lower back to start.

Rotation crunch. Exercise technique: You lie on your back with your feet hip-width apart and your legs hooked (knees bent). Put one hand behind the ear or head, then put the other hand on the side (arm extended perpendicular to the body) With the elbow open, you curl the lower back while performing a rotation (elbow to opposite knee). ) trying to keep the stomach tucked in. At no time have …

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Slowly lift your shoulder blades off the ground by rolling your rib cage to the top of your pelvis while rotating your chest towards one knee. Lower your upper body back down to the floor, rotating back to the starting position. Repeat the crunch with rotation in the opposite direction.

Consisting of the internal and external obliques, these muscles are located on either side of the rectus abdominis and are responsible for trunk rotation and lateral trunk flexion. Crunch variations that include a twisting or rotational element are typically utilized to develop the obliques.

The vast majority of trunk/torso rotation occurs in the thoracic spine (see thoracic rotation). That said, the muscles responsible for the minimal amount lumbar rotation include the following: obliques (internal/external), quadratus lumborum, latissimus dorsi, rotatores and multifidus.

Originally posted 2020-02-20 10:00:22.