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What is the standard movement of the end abdomen

by GuoxinWei on June 28, 2021

  When it comes to what movements can train the abs, I believe that the first thing that comes to mind is the curl movement, after all, for many people, this movement is still relatively familiar. Today to share with you is another movement - end abdominal. I believe that many newcomers have never heard of this movement, this military training is often used, the training effect is excellent. However, if the end belly is not standard, then the effect of the movement will be greatly reduced. Today to see the standard movements of the end belly it.

  1. legs together

  The end of the abdomen is relatively simple to do, unarmed, but, want to do completely right is not so easy to do, some small details are easy to ignore, the effect is not so good, which is why we do the end of the abdomen together, some people can train very well in the short term, some people are general effect. When we lie flat, with the strength of the waist and abdomen, lift the legs, this time to note that the standard action is that the legs must be together, not loose.

  2. raised upwards 45 °

  If the legs are together, lift too low, it will not be able to effectively stimulate the waist and abdomen, if the lift is too high, the focus of training is shifted to the legs, but also lost the value of the end of the abdomen. Therefore, the height of the legs raised to 45 ° and the plane, which is a combination of many training after the best angle, so we must follow the standard when doing end abdominal.

  3. hold the action for 30 seconds

  The end of the abdominal is easy to do, just lying flat, and then lift the feet to 45 °, basically no training base can be smooth to make this action. However, it is very difficult to keep the action intact, which requires a high level of trainers, generally speaking, to keep in about half a minute.

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