Excercise 2
Excercise 4
Excercise 1
Excercise 3
Excercise 5
Abdominal muscles
Abdominal Muscle Strength Test
Lying on your back with your knees bent upwards, lock your hands behind your neck and slowly "roll in" your upper body toward the knees. If the head, shoulders and spine can be raised from the floor and held securely in place, then your abdominal muscle strength is in good shape.

: Do the exercise slowly and precisely Do not "swing" upwards Breathe easily Hold the tension for 5 seconds Gradually increase the number of repetitions over time.

Exercise 1 to strengthen the abdominal muscles
Lie on your back with your knees bent upwards and your hands lying flat on the floor by your hips. Raise your head and "roll in" your spine toward the knees while your hands glide along the floor toward your heels.

Exercise 2 to strengthen the straight abdominal muscles
Lying on your back, raise your lower legs slightly and hold them parallel to the floor. With your hands on your head, sit up slowly by "rolling in" your spine.

Exercise 3 to strengthen the oblique abdominal muscles
This is like the previous exercise, except this time one shoulder is bent in the direction of the opposite hip when sitting up. Alternate the sides!

Exercise 4
Lie on your back with the knee and hip joints bent at a right angle and your hands lying flat on the floor by your hips.

Exercise 5
Raise the upper body slightly - Knee pointed vertically upward Eyes focused on the thighs.