Knee bent single leg reverse crunch (lying leg raises)

STRENGTH

What is it and benefits?

  • The Reverse Crunch with Knee Raises is a beginner exercise that targets the CORE muscles, legs and hips.

 

Who should perform it?

  • This exercise is appropriate for those who have good CORE strength and good flexibility in the lower back, hips, and legs.

 

Getting Started

  1. Lie flat on the back. Both arms should be positioned along either side of the body with the palms facing downward.
  2. Bend both knees and plant your feet on the floor. Keep both shoulders pressed to the floor throughout this exercise.

 

How to Do the Exercise:

  1. Keeping the angle of the knees fixed, slowly lift the right foot off the floor.
  2. Draw the knee toward the chest. Then return to the starting position.

 

Be Safe!

  • If any pain or discomfort is experienced, discontinue this exercise.

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