Weighted Ab Twists
Weighted Ab Twists | Nichole Mellison
Work your obliques harder as well as your rectus abdominus, i.e, the sides and the front part of your abs, with weighted ab twists. Adding weight to exercise can be enough to keep an exercise fresh. Create a new challenge to tax your muscles and improve your strength and fitness. Just make sure you’re ready for weight. It’s wise to start with a low weight and work your way up gradually.
Essentially, ab twists are ab crunches ending with a twist, usually twisting to one side and then the other. Easy! Try to maintain a methodical pace. Don’t go too fast. The feeling you create in your muscles is more important than the number of twists performed. Go slow and emphasize control of your muscles. It’s better to tire doing a low number of repetitions, than to perform a high number poorly.
Watch Nichole in this exercise and you’ll see everything you need to master weighted ab twists.
About Nichole Mellison
Nichole has been a successful personal trainer in the Los Angeles area for over 12 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.
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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.