Bent Knee Leg Drops
Bent Knee Leg Drops | Nichole Mellison
Bent knee leg drops are a great exercise for working hip flexors, core, lower back and abdominals. Adding comfortable weight (3.6 lbs) with the AbStar Core Trainer increases your degree of difficulty and should help progress you toward achieving your fitness goals. Remember to press your lower back into the floor to support your core as you lower your feet toward the ground and then bring your knees back in toward your chest. Your core, including back and ab muscles, need to support the movement created primarily by your hip flexors in moving your legs up and down.
Bent knees leg drops are a great addition to your exercise repertoire to help you progress. It likely should NOT be the first exercise you do. Work up to it! Watch Nichole in the video for proper form and try to emulate her movements when you’re ready. Go at a deliberate pace, not too fast, not too slow. Just right. Enjoy!
About Nichole Mellison
Nichole has been a successful personal trainer in the Los Angeles area for over 9 years. She is a WBFF Bikini Pro Fitness Model and the owner of a mobile personal training business, Workout on Wheelz. Nichole specializes in senior fitness, private one-on-one training, and competition prep.
About the AbStar Core Trainer
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Disclaimer: Check with your doctor before beginning any exercise or nutrition program. The opinions contained herein are the opinion of the author only. Use at your own risk.