Dumbbell Side Bend

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Dumbbell Side Bend - Abdominal Exercise

A well-chiseled abdomen is an enthralling sculpture to behold, particularly one forming that delightful V shape. But one issue to contend with is that a hefty statistic of all abs exercises performed by bodybuilders is composed of variations on the sit-up and the leg raise.

Drawing the legs and torso closer together work as flexions of the abdominus rectus body, short of a complete six-pack abs exercise.

Though in essence they are all exercises to get abs, flexions are only one of the three functions of the abdomen.

Drawing the legs and torso closer together workas flexions of the abdominus rectus body, short of a complete six-pack abs exercise.

Though in essence they are all exercises to get abs, flexions are only one of the three functions of the abdomen.

The other two are bending to the side, and twisting from side to side - these movements depend on the oblique muscles. Honing your obliques is the creed of every proper flat abs exercise. The obliques refer to the large muscle group on either side of your lower back.

Located just under the ribcage, obliques assist in twisting motions for the torso, whether bending it to one side and forward or twist it at the waist from one side to the other.

They are also designated to transfer power from the legs to the lats and upper back and shoulder.

Apart from its crucial role in lateral bending and twisting, the obliques play a pivotal role in all abdominus rectus exercises, and act as a counterforce to the spinal erector muscles of the back.

More than the abdominus rectus could, the obliques cover and hold in a much larger portion of the abdomen.

The muscle group curves inward and downward from the sides to the front of the lower abdomen, and down into the crotch.

For that reason the obliques are not just a side muscle, but a frontal muscle as well, particularly the internal obliques and the lower portion of the external obliques.

For an exercise to build your abs, this exercise for lower abs is your answer.Your hackneyed sit-ups and leg raises don’t work the obliques much at all.

They even bite off more than it can chew as they gradually force the top of the pelvis to tilt forward, contributing to swayback.Touted one of the best abs exercises around, the dumbbell side bend is the most frequently recommended to train the obliques.

There is many an abs exercise video with oblique training in their program.Here is a basic abs exercise tip nevertheless. For those Greek god obliques, stand erect, feet spaced 16" apart.

Grasp the dumbbell in right hand, palms facing inwards. Place left hand on waist, remembering to keep the back straight.

Lean right as far as possible, and then bend to left as far as possible.

Shift weight to left hand and do repetitions of the movement. Bend only at the waist, not at the hips or knees.

In a barbell side bend, stand erect, feet still spaced 16" apart. Position a light barbell on shoulders while never forgetting to maintain an upright back.

Bend to the right as far as possible, and then lean leftwards as far as possible. Remember to bend at the waist only, not at hips or knees. This variant of the flat abs exercise can also be done seated.

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