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Abdominal Strength Training Exercises
Lie face up on a soft surface, bend knees and bring feet close to the buttocks.
Fold arms across chest, or place behind head, and tuck chin into the chest.
Lift with abdominal muscles the upper body towards thighs while keeping
the lower back on the floor.
Lower shoulders and upper body slowly and with control.
Oblique Sit Up
Lie face up on a soft surface, bend knee and bring feet close to buttocks.
Place arms our straight, one on top of the other.
Begin lifting your upper body and twisting while reaching for just outside
of your left knee.
Lower your body back to the floor and reach for just outside your right
Continue alternating form left to right.
Make sure to start from the center with the back touching the floor.
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