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by / on May 31, 2012 at 1:00 pm / in Excersise advices

Decline Bench Abs Workout

The Decline Bench Press is one of those bench ab workouts that can be in a combination with other ab workouts, like the Russian Twist, and can its difficulty can be increased with dumbbells. First, learn how to use the decline bench properly for ab crunches, than challenge your abs further. Sit on the decline bench with feet on the […]

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by / on January 4, 2012 at 2:16 pm / in Fitness, Motivation

Abs: Toe Touches/Crunches

Continuing the abs-floor-exercise franchise, Toe Crunches (or Toe Touches) is a workout very similar to the V-Up exercise. To perform this exercise you will require maximum free space around your body so you won’t hurt yourself during repetitions. The level of the toe Crunches is medium, but it can be quite challenging if you haven’t perform previous crunch exercises. Here […]

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by / on January 3, 2012 at 1:27 pm / in Body Building, Fitness, Health, Motivation

Abs: The Double Crunch

The Double Crunch exercise is a 2 in 1; this is a combination of two abs exercises into a single one. If you want to put more tension on the abs, if you want to make abs workout more challenging, than this is definitely a-must-do.

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by / on September 26, 2011 at 4:51 pm / in Body Building, Fitness, Motivation

Abs: Stability Ball Roll

There are several workout machines that deliver the same movement as the Stability Ball Roll exercise, but many people don’t like to spend more money on exercising equipment since they seem to have enough in the home. The Stability ball Roll is an effective abs workout that delivers great results for your abs and paves the way to six-packs very […]

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by / on September 21, 2011 at 10:32 am / in Body Building, Fitness, Motivation

Abs: V-Ups

Simple as it may be, the V-ups tend to be quite a challenging exercise. What makes it challenging is the fact that this exercise requires body balance, hip positioning, movement timing and flexibility. This exercise is recommendable at least for the intermediate athletes. Conquering two or three ab exercises on the floor will get you ready for the V-Ups.

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