Primary muscles: Abs, obliques
Secondary muscles: Core
Equipment: No equipment
Reverse Crunch Twist Instructions
1. Lie on your back with your hands by your sides and your legs extended.
2. Raise your legs and lift your hips, twisting them slightly to the left.
3. Slowly lower the legs without letting them touch the floor and then repeat on the right side.
4. Keep alternating sides until the set is complete.
Proper Form And Breathing Pattern
Keep your hands, head, neck and upper back flat on the floor, engage your core muscles and raise your legs and hips slowly and one vertebra at a time. Breathe out as you lift the hips off the mat and inhale as you slowly return to the starting position.
From the Shop
The reverse crunch twist targets your abs and obliques and also engages the deep abdominal layers. This exercise improves core and lower back stability, defines the abdominal wall, and helps to slim down your waist.
Reverse Crunch Twist Demonstration
Sets And Reps
If you’re a beginner practice doing reverse crunches first. Once you’re comfortable with your form, advance to the reverse crunch twist and do 2 or 3, 30-second to 1-minute sets.
To calculate the number of calories burned doing the reverse crunch twist, enter your weight and the duration of the exercise:
Related Core Exercises
Try these other core exercises to tighten, sculpt and strengthen your abs, obliques, lats and lower back:
Side leg lifts
Prone back extension
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