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Notes From Readings
Abdominal exercises such as traditional crunches can help you flatten your stomach by tightening your muscles. However, they won't help you "spot burn" any fat that's covering up the muscles, and they won't get you the best results on their own. Combine a series of exercises to boost the effectiveness of your routine.
Also, the American Council on Exercise says traditional crunches activate less muscle activity than many other forms of abdominal exercises.
Bicycle crunches specifically target the side abdominal muscles called the internal and external obliques. These muscles are commonly left out of most abdominal and core strengthening routines.
Bicycles are one of the most effective exercises to strengthen your tranvserse abdominis, rectus abdominis and obliques.
To better isolate your rectus abdominus and oblique muscles, complete the crunch movement with your feet up. Placing your feet up on a bench or exercise ball with your knees bent will limit the ability of the rectus femoris to become involved. You can also hold your legs directly up toward the ceiling.
According to a 2001 study commissioned by the American Council on Exercise, the vertical leg crunch is among the most effective abdominal exercises for developing your rectus abdominus and obliques.
So for bodybuilders, eight-time Mr. Olympia Arnold Schwarzenegger recommends crunches over situps in "The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding." However, many athletes who require not only abdominal strength but hip strength still perform situps. Find out exactly which muscles situps use to decide if it's the best exercise for you.
Situps and crunches are both common exercises performed to work the abdominal muscles. While these exercises are very similar, there are a few small differences that should be taken into account when deciding which exercise is best for your own personal fitness goals.
While situps are primarily considered a safe exercise, they may not be appropriate for everyone. The strong use of the hip flexors during situps can make them dangerous for individuals with weak abdominal muscles or a history of low back problems. If you find that situps create a pull or pain in your lower back, opt instead for crunches or half-situps in which your lower back never leaves the floor. These exercises will strengthen your abdominal muscles while protecting and maintaining spine health. Once your abs are stronger, you can begin to introduce complete situps into your workout routine.
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