Primary: Abdominals, Legs (abdomini, iliopsoas, gastrocnemius, ischiocrurale M.)
Secondary: Arms, Shoulder, Back (trizeps brachii, deltoideus, erector spinae, latissimms)
This abdominal exercise requires much force in the core area and is therefore only suitable for
advanced users. The head is located, depending on the intensity, perhaps under the suspension.
|Suspension Training Exercise for Abdominals
The loops are nearby the elbow. The elbows are bent about 90 degrees and placed below shoulder level. The hands are closed. The upper body is in the air and forms a line with the legs. The body weight is on the balls and forearms. The navel and the back muscles are tense.
The hip is flexed sharply. The knees are slightly bent. The position of the arms is unchanged. The buttocks are raised and the elbows are next to the knees.
The hip is flexed sharply. The legs are bent and the elbows are pulled to knees. The buttocks are lifted.
The upper body is moved back slowly to the starting position by extension of the hip and tensed abdominal and back muscles.
The further you are away from the suspension, the more intense the abdominal muscle strain.