How To Work Your Lower Abs
Here is what you need to do...
Hang from the pullup bar, leaving your hands about shoulder-width apart.
Completely relax your lower back, arms, and legs.
Take a deep breath and begin to raise your legs (keeping them straight)
As you get halfway up the motion, bend your knees, and breathe out to contract the lower abs.
Hold at the top of the motion for 1 second.
Slowly lower your legs.
Difficulties people often experience or parts that need special attention to do it right.
Pay really close attention to the tenseness of your body. Are your legs straight? Are your arms relaxed? Do you feel a really tight pump after 15-20 repetitions? These are all things you should look for.
Stuff You'll Need
|Marcy SB222 4-Position Utility Bench||$64.28|
|Doorway pull up bar||$34.21|
Suggested Further Reading
|The Six-Pack Diet Plan||$10.17|
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This Student Author's Background
Funny or interesting story about this topic...
For a long time, I neglected my lower abs. I would walk around bragging about how strong my abs were and one day somebody challenged me to a leg raise competition. Needless to say, I got my ass kicked! Here's some tips to prevent that from happening to you!
When did you first do this & how did you get started?
I first started training my lower abs in 2010, after my embarrassing loss in a leg raise competition.