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Swiss Ball Prone Oblique Tuck Roll

How To Do A Swiss Ball Prone Oblique Tuck Roll Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide

The Swiss Ball Prone Oblique Tuck Roll is a challenging swiss ball abs exercise that targets the obliques.

To get started:

  1. Get into a push up position, placing your hands shoulder width apart, with your shins on the swiss ball.
  2. To maintain your balance, make sure you contract your abs, then under control, focus on pulling your left knee towards your left arm, even though both feet are pulled in.
  3. By focusing on pulling in the left knee towards the left arm, this contracts the left oblique.
  4. Reverse the movement by slowly straightening your legs back to the original position.
  5. Then following the same movement, pull your knees towards your right arm.
  6. Repeat.

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