How To Do A Kneeling High Cable Crunch To Oblique Crunch Exercise Video Demonstration and Guide
The Kneeling High Cable Crunch To Oblique Crunch is a great exercise to target your
abs and obliques with extra resistance.
To get started:
Adjust the pulley of the cable machine to a high position, then attach a rope attachment to the cable.
Kneel down facing the cable machine while holding the ends of each side of the rope, then placing it behind your neck.
To begin the movement, contract your abs to crunch your chest towards your pelvis and breathe out all the air.
Ensure you’re bending forward using your abs, not your hips.
Slowly return back to the starting position while maintaining a contraction in your abs throughout the movement.
Repeat the movement but this time aim your chest towards one of your knees.
Return to the starting position, then aim your chest towards your other knee.
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