Ball Side Oblique Crunch Banded Arms Overhead

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Ball Side Oblique Crunch Banded Arms Overhead

The ball side oblique crunch banded arms overhead should begin with a good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the ball side with oblique crunch banded arms overhead.

Beginning

Beginning Ball Side Oblique Crunch

1. Lie down in a traditional sit-up position on the floor or mat, with your legs at a 90-degree angle and your foot planted on the ground. During this exercise, do not allow your feet to rise.

2. To support your neck during the exercise, place your hands behind your head on each side and keep your elbows pointed out.

3. When performing the side crunch, keep your chin off your chest and don't pull your head forward.

Movement

Ball Side Oblique Crunch Movement

1. Start by lying on a stability ball on your side. Your hands should be above your head where the resistance band is. Your feet should be on the ground on their sides.

2. Gripping the resistance band with both hands by using an interlocking grip, use your hips to pull away from where the resistance band is.

3. Hold the position at the top for a brief second and then come back down to the starting point in a slow and controlled motion.

4. To work the other side, start off by facing the opposite way in the beginning.

Benefits

Ball Side Oblique Crunch Benefits

It can help you improve your overall posture, balance when participating in rotational activities like swimming, baseball, or cricket, and increase your overall flexibility.

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