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Stability Ball Crunch


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Last updated : 04-05-2015

If you hate doing ab exercises on the floor, here is a great alternative. The stability ball crunch is a classic "ball" exercise. It is relatively easy to perform. First, position the ball on the middle/lower back area. The starting position is with the torso flat on the ball. The hands can be used to support the head, or they can be placed across the chest. Next, crunch the abs and exhale. Hold the position for 2 or 3 seconds and repeat the exercise. IMPORTANT: The abdominal crunch is different from a sit-up. The range is much shorter in an abdominal crunch. Accordingly, the upper torso should only come up a few inches. In the sit-up exercise, the torso comes all the way up.

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Step : 1

Position the ball on the lower/middle back area.

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Step : 2

Crunch the abdomen. Exhale. Hold for 2 or 3 seconds.

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Step : 3

Slowly return and repeat.

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Exercise Details


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Difficulty Level

The stability ball crunch is a low difficulty exercise.

Target Muscle

Abs (rectus abdominis)