Decline Reverse Crunch
The problem with doing Reverse Crunches is that you must lift the entire weight of your legs and hips with
the little used lower section of the abdominals. The Decline Reverse
Crunch is a good way to start. Here we let the angle of the incline
board help with overcoming the weight of the hips and legs. This
exercise is also used to do high repetitions.
Start with your head facing down the decline and the AbMat™ under
your low back. Hold on to the sides of the board and roll your hips
toward the chest.
*This movement can be performed by fully contracting the abdominal
muscles and rolling all the way up, or by simply doing the lower
section of the movement, focusing on the lower 2-4 inch movement.