Supine Reverse Crunches
Although many individuals are content with working to flatten tummy muscles by the means of very basic abdominal exercises, others are looking for routines that are going to challenge them a bit more. Despite the simplicity of Supine Reverse Crunches in terms of form and execution, a set of these exercises should prove to be fairly challenging to just about anyone. Here is how Supine Reverse Crunches are done.
The exercise begins with the participant lying flat on his or her back with hands underneath the tailbone area. Then, lifting both legs at the same time all the way to a vertical position, the individual bends his or her legs at the knees until they are at a 90 degree angle. From this position, he or she lowers both legs simultaneously toward the ground, all the way until the feet are almost touching the ground. The legs are then simultaneously lifted back up to their original position, but with the knees still bent. Repeating Supine Reverse Crunches multiple times can be a difficult but effective way to flatten tummy regions by the means of active exercise. It may be especially worthwhile for those folks who are looking to target the lower abdominal muscles.