Sondag, 07 April 2013

How to Tone ABS-some of the best abdominal exercises for women

Strengthen the abdominal muscles not only gives Visual results pleasing but can often have many other benefits-your abs muscles stabilize your upper body to maintain good posture.Strong Abs and back muscles are crucial to preventing injury and back pain. Everything you do; walk, bend, sit, stand, lift, reach and involve your abs and back. If your bust is not strong or unbalanced, soon you will become one of the millions of people with chronic pain.

So the abdominal exercises are really your arsenal to sculpt and tone your tummy, follow the steps below to be on track to get washboard abs and increasing the strength of the back.

There is no need for fancy gym equipment, expensive membership or having an uncomfortable in front of the people in the gym. These are all great exercises for ABS at home. All you need is a yoga or aerobics ball, a yoga mat and a workout after all buddy always fun to work out with a friend.

A. BALL BUSTERS: lying on your back on a yoga ball with knees bent at 90 degrees and have your training partner and hold your feet securely. Lean backwards holding a small weight 2.5 kg/5 pound or behind your neck creaking and actually curling your torso inward toward the belly button and at the same time raise pelvic muscles.

B. the pendulum: Lying on a yoga mat on the floor, while taking your work out partner’s ankles. Bring your legs and have your partner push them towards the floor and then shoot the legs back up-the key is to use resistance when the legs are pushed downwards, the resistance created is similar to that of using bulky exercise equipment.

C. hanging knee raises: Although at first may seem the arm straps, like a torture device when putting your knees but hold on and the ABS thanking you! Hang in 2 arm slings with elbows bent and clamped and gently lift your knees into your chest.

Although the above information are some of the best abdominal exercises for women always important to check with your doctor or GP before starting any new exercise routine, this is especially important to have an existing injury as the last thing you want to do while trying to tone your ABS is having an injury and being unable to train.

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