Tobias Fendt

As soon as the torso at a 45-degree angle to the ground is in the starting position return. Credit: Oracle-2011. Slide feet during exercise to maintain better balance, possibly under two dumbbells. (Moderately advanced) Forearm push-ups on the stability ball push-up position, rest of both forearms on an exercise ball. The toes are on the floor, the body forms a straight line. Insert the belly as if the navel to your spine should reach, and 20 seconds, while equally keep breathing.

Up to 60 seconds hold time increase with increasing endurance. (Moderately advanced and advanced) Tighten the legs with stability ball push-up position, the hands are little more than shoulder width apart parallel to the shoulders on the floor. Feet and Shins are on an exercise ball, the arms are perpendicular to the floor and the back is flat, so the body from the shoulders to the joints of the foot forms a straight line. Roll the ball with the feet towards the chest. Come back after a short break by stretching out the legs to the starting position and while the ball rolled back. (Moderately advanced and advanced) With towel, you kneel floor lever on a towel or mat on a smooth tile or wood floors. Lay a second towel out and put your hands on it.

Slide the towel forward so far ahead of you, until the body is completely stretched out and it looks like you would dive. Slowly return to the starting position. (Advanced) Load a barbell with two 2.25 kg weights floor lever with barbell. Kneel on an exercise mat or a towel directly over the bar and these shoulder width with the back of the hand to the top include. Roll forward, without changing the knee position with the barbell, only hips, torso, and arms move forward. The arms stretched taut hold and scroll as much as possible. Should the back pain, nor an other part of the body above the knee should touch the ground. Pause and return to the starting position. (Advanced) Part 1: upper straight abdominal – the most effective Sixpack exercises part 2: lower straight abdominal – the most effective Sixpack exercises regards Tobias Fendt Tobias Fendt is fitness coach, who has many years of experience in the fitness area. He knows the workings of the training methods and which are most successful. He is considered an expert in six pack training and muscle building.