ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – When training your abs, you are also engaging a majority of the torso, so this is an important exercise to help keep your balance and stability.
Hips, lower back and pelvis are all included in areas being worked while training abs.
Better posture, decreasing lower back pain and preventing injuries can also be increases when working the abdominal area.
Personal Trainer Kristin Rowe joined KRQE’s This Morning show to demonstrate ab work outs. Watch above.
Practicing physical activity, whether daily or serious training will become easier with a solid core.
Rowe suggests a few ab workouts:
Ball crunch 3-4 sets of 20-30 reps
Bicycle 3-4 sets of 15-20 reps on each side
Reverse crunch 3-4 sets 15 reps
For more information, email Rowe directly.