Primary: Abdominals, Legs (abdomini, iliopsoas, gastrocnemius, ischiocrurale M.)
Secondary: Arms, Shoulder, Back (trizeps brachii, deltoideus, erector spinae, latissimms)
This abdominal exercise requires a high use of power in the rump area and just fits for advanced
persons. The head is, depending on the intensity, under the suspension point.
The following figures illustrate the exercise Knee from Beetle with Arms Apart, Loop on Wrist:
|Suspension Training Exercise for Abdominals
The loops are placed in near the elbows. The
In the final position the hip is strongly flexed.
The hip is strongly flexed. The legs get bent and the elbows are pushed towards the knees. The buttocks are lifted up.
The upper body is pulled into starting position by stretching the hip and a tensed abdominal and back musculature.
The more you move yourself away from the suspension point, the more intensive the exer-