Monday, March 14, 2011

How To Do Hanging Obliques

If You Want Strong Abs This Is An Exercise You Should Know



When your abs are tight, it makes your whole upper body look stronger and sexier. And when you're performing heavy lifts it pays to have a powerful core. But none of this will happen for you if your abs are weak. So today I'm going to show you how to shore up your abs with hanging obliques.

How To Do Hanging Obliques

You'll need a pull up bar for this exercise. Grip the bar with both hands. Keep your feet together. Now, bend both knees and pull them toward the left side of your body. You must use your abs muscles to pull your knees up to your side. Hold for a 2 sec count then return to starting position again. That's one rep. Do it again only this time you'll bring your knees up toward the right side of your body. Star out with ten reps then stop. Do a total of five sets of hanging obliques then proceed to another exercise. After you've become stronger and to keep the exercise challenging, increase the number of reps or sets.

Here's something else that you should know: although this exercise will strengthen your ab muscles, you won't be able to see them if you have a lot of body fat. You've got to lose fat weight if you want your abs to show.

Okay, that's it for the hanging oblique exercise. Don't just dream about a healthier, stronger, sexier body make it happen. Get out there and exercise.

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