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Friday, August 9, 2013

How to shape the lower part of the abdominal muscles?

Finding the best exercise for shaping the lower part of the abdomen is not always easy. This article will help you build a really good workout.

Before we get to the three exercises, it is important to learn some basics in training for the lower abdominal muscles.


 The first thing you must understand is that the load on the area of your body will help you burn fat around her. To clear them, you have to burn fat throughout the body. If you have a lot of extra pounds to lose, then the best workout for the lower abdominal part will help you. This also applies to those who have to lose a few pounds. Just you must first remove the fat, no other way.

 The good news is that the stable workout will help you tighten the muscles in that area, and when you reduce the percentage of fat in your body, they will emerge.

 Remember that training abdominal muscles is different from that of others. If you work for biceps, you probably do 3 sets of 10 reps for a few different exercises. For the lower abdomen, you should do a special series of exercises with little rest in between. It is called circular abdominal workout.

 Here are some of the best exercises to load the lower part of the abdomen:

1. ''Walk''
 Lie on your back and place your hands under your buttocks. Raise your legs to a vertical position. Set the abdomen in a position where you feel that your muscles are tense. Then remove one leg below, so as to be a few centimeters from the floor. Hold for a second, then return leg to starting position. Do this with the other leg. Alternate them in this way and do 10-20 reps of each.

2. ''Inverse'' crunches

 Lie on your back with your hands under the buttocks. Lift vertical feet, then bend your knees an angle of 90 degrees. Set the abdomen in a position where you feel that your muscles are tense.

While keeping your knees at the same angle, slowly remove your foot until you reach a few inches from the floor. Then move your knees to your chest and tighten your tummy while doing this. Repeat.

  
3. Raise legs
 Lie on your back with your hands under the buttocks. Raise your legs to a vertical position. Set the abdomen in a position where you feel tension in the upper abdominal muscles. Then remove the legs so that they are just above the floor. Hold this position for a few seconds and then return your legs to the vertical position. Repeat.

All three exercises are part of the best possible workout for the abdominal muscles. If you have back problems in performing them, you should seek medical attention.