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RIPT EXERCISE DATABASE


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SB Knee Tuck

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Benefits :
  • Great exercise to teach co-contraction of the core / hip / shoulder girdle musculature, to stabilize while working the rectus abdominus.
  • Integrated movement for “functional” and “practical” abdominal strength.

Preparation :

  • Lie prone on the ground, hands are slightly wider than shoulder width and spine angles are ‘neutral’.
  • Place shins on the stability ball.
  • Activate core with a drawing in and pelvic floor contraction.

Movement :

  • With your arms extended, perform a stability ball roll – in crunch by bring your knees to your chest.
  • Bring your legs back into triple extension (at hip, knee, and ankle).
  • AVOID letting your back sag by keeping the core engaged and activating the glutes and lats. 
RIPT = Results-based Integrated Physique Training
Sarah E. Rippel, BS, CPT
(225) 326-2317