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Full Body Crunch


How to Do

How to Do Full-Body Crunch

Lay down on your back, draw your knees in towards your chest and bring your shins parallel to the earth.


Beginning Full-Body Crunch

1. Inhale, extend everything overhead the arms and the legs then exhale, crunch up and reach your fingertips towards your feet.

2. Inhale, extend everything overhead keeping the arms and legs and shoulder blades lifted.


Full-Body Crunch Movement

1. Lie faceup on the floor with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place your hands behind your head, allowing your elbows to bend out to the sides.

2. Contract your core so that your low back gently presses against the floor. This is your starting position.


Full-Body Crunch Benefits

Increase your core strength and work your entire body.

The exercise will help you strengthen your core muscles, improve your posture, and increase your muscle mobility and flexibility. The rectus abdominis and oblique muscles are tightened when these exercises are done.

Exercise Aliases

Crunch Full Body, Abdominal Crunch.

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