Oblique Abdominal Muscles
The oblique abdominal muscles consist of the external and the internal oblique abdominal muscles
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Exercise for the Oblique Abdominal Muscles
Exercise Position: With your legs together, lean them over to the right and place them sideways on the mat. Lift your upper body off the floor keeping your back straight and then lower it without letting it touching the mat.
Starting position: Lie flat on your back and make sure that the lower back stays flat on the mat. Bend your right knee and place the left leg on it. Place your left arm on the side and the right hand behind your head.
Exercise: Flex the abdominal muscles and slightly turn the upper body whilst moving your right shoulder towards your left knee!
Important: Do not turn your shoulders too much. Press your lower back into the floor! Do not jerk your head! The head and the spinal column form a straight line.