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This exercise is challenging! The static V-hold is a fairly simple exercise to perform. But if done correctly and at the right time, it can be very demanding. This exercise is most effective when performed as the last in a series of ab exercises; or basically, when the abs are completely fatigued. First, lie down in the supine position (on your back), then place both hands under your butt. This is done to provide leverage during the "V" position. Once in position, lift your back several inches off the ground. At the same time, elevate your legs to the same height. Be sure your legs are completely straight as you lift. Next, crunch your abs tightly and hold the position for about 15 to 30 seconds. Be sure to exhale as you crunch the abs. This exercise can also be performed using various time intervals.
Step : 1
Lie down in the supine position (on your back). Place hands under the butt for leverage.
Step : 2
Lift back and legs off ground. Contract the abs tightly. Exhale as you contract. Hold "V" position for 15 to 30 seconds.
Step : 3
Return to start position.
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