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Oblique Curl

This Exercise is used to strengthen the obliques. The obliques are responsible for flexion, extension and rotaton of the spine. Proper execution of this exercise requires a slow controlled movement with full extension and a tight contraction. The rectus abdominus and transverse play a big supporting role in this movement as well. Make sure to use a ball that allows your knees to be at a 90 angle or less. Using a ball on the smaller side is safer than using one that is to big.


Starting position: Lie on the ball with your feet pressed into the ground and knees bent at about 90°.

Movement: Slowly lift your shoulders and move your left shoulder to your right hip. Slowly lower back to starting position. Alternate sides.



Abdominal Exercises: Oblique Curl | Plank | Side Plank | Ball Ab Pull | Ball Ab Curl | Ball Pike | V-Sit | Ab Curl

Chest Exercises - | Bench Press | Chest Press | Pec Fly Incline |Pec Fly Ball | Push-Up | Modified Push-Up | Narrow Push-Up | Ball Push-Up | Ball Chest Press

Shoulder Exercises: Seated Shoulder Press | Shoulder Press | Upright Row | Incline Pec Fly | Anterior Raise | Lateral Raise

Biceps Exercises: Dumbell Bicep Curl | Barbell Bicep Curl

Triceps Exercises: Overhead Press | Dumbell Skull Crusher | Barbell Skull Crusher

Back Exercises: One Arm Row | Bent Over Rows | Wide Grip Chin Up

Hamstring Exercises: Ball Ham Curl | One Leg Ball Ham Curl | Dead Lifts

Quadriceps Exercises: Ball Squats



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