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Swiss Ball Oblique Crunches


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How to Do Swiss Ball Oblique Crunches

The swiss ball oblique crunches should begin with 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 swiss ball oblique crunches.


Beginning Swiss Ball Oblique Crunches

1. 2 to 3 feet away from a wall, place a Swiss ball. Then, with your right leg forward and left leg back, put your right hip on the ball and hold your feet against the wall.

2. Raise your torso until your back is straight and your torso is upright. Raise your arms to the point when they are completely straight out from your sides.


Swiss Ball Oblique Crunches Movement

1. Start off by laying back on a stability ball. The middle of your back should rest on the stability ball.

2. Your left arm is going to be straight to your side while your right arm will be slightly bent and behind the back of your head.

3. From this position, perform a crunch and with your hand behind your head, twist to the opposite side of your body.

4. Perform this move in a slow and controlled movement and then return to the starting position. Continue for repetitions.


Swiss Ball Oblique Crunches Benefits

The obliques are vital for rotational motions, bending from side to side, and preserving your spine. They run along the sides of your core. It's a good idea to strengthen them a few times every week for your overall wellness.

Exercise Aliases

How To Do Oblique Crunches, Stability Ball Crunches, Swiss Ball Crunches

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