Abs: Side (Internal & External Obliques) Exercises

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Exercises


Crossover Glute Stretch
Summary

Laying down glute stretch.

  • Muscle Group: Buttocks
  • Equipment: Exercise Mat, None
  • Categories: Stretches, Pilates
BOSU Situp
Summary

Basic Situp on BOSU

  • Muscle Group: Abs
  • Equipment: BOSU
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Lying Reverse Crunch with Exercise Ball
Summary

Intermediate abdominal exercise with ball.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Groin: Inner Thigh, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Lying Crunch with Exercise Ball
Summary

Intermediate abdominal exercise. If you have any lower back issues its is advisable to use caution in this exercises.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Groin: Inner Thigh, Abs: Side, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core, Pilates
Extended Leg Twists with Exercise Ball
Summary

This is a great ball exercise for the abs and inner thigh.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Back: Lower, Groin: Inner Thigh, Abs: Side, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Pendulum with Exercise Ball
Summary

This is an advanced ball exercise for those more flexible.

  • Muscle Group: Abs: Side
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Extended Leg Overhead Bend Ab Crunch with Exercise Ball
Summary

This is one of the more difficult ball exercises that works the abdominal muscles.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Lying Knee Extensions with Exercise Ball
Summary

This is a simple inner thigh and quad exercise to get you used to moving the exercise ball.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Quads, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Hamstring Curls (Single Leg) with Exercise Ball (Beginner)
Summary

This is a more difficult exercise on the ball for hamstring strength and core stability.

  • Muscle Group: Back, Buttocks, Hamstrings, Back: Lower, Abs: Side, Core, Hip Stabilizers
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Hamstring Curls with Exercise Ball (Beginner)
Summary

This is another starter exercise to gain stability with the ball.

  • Muscle Group: Back, Buttocks, Hamstrings, Back: Lower, Core, Hip Stabilizers
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Bridges on Exercise Ball
Summary

This is a great starter exercise for the more difficult ball exercises.

  • Muscle Group: Back, Buttocks, Hamstrings, Back: Lower, Abs: Side, Abs, Core, Hip Stabilizers
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core, Pilates
Leg Extensions with Exercise Ball
Summary

This is a simple ab exercise.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core, Pilates
Triangle Pass with Exercise Ball
Summary

This is a simplified version of the full over body pass with the ball.

  • Muscle Group: Hip Flexors, Lats, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core
Pelvic Shift with Exercise Ball
Summary

Great exercise to increase the range of motion of your lower trunk.

  • Muscle Group: Back, Back: Lower, Abs: Side, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Strength, Core, Balance, Dynamic Warm-Up
Torso Twist on Exercise Ball
Summary

This is a simple stretch using the exercise ball.

  • Muscle Group: Back, Back: Lower, Abs: Side, Abs, Core
  • Equipment: Exercise Ball
  • Categories: Stretches, Core

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