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Abdominal Crunches

Abdominal crunches while not quite as hard as Sit-ups to do,

can and still will help you get a beautiful set of abs the main difference between sit-ups and crunches is that with a crunch you will lift your legs of the floor, rather than lifting your upper body. In essence you will not need any equipment, though some people do like to use a yoga mat or the likes to lie down on.

Even though abdominal crunches may look a lot more attractive than doing Sit-ups along with the fact that no equipment is needed, some people may still struggle with doing crunches if they have not exercised in a very long time.

Like all exercise, care should be taken when starting out, even though crunches do not place as much pressure on your spine, neck and head muscles during the exercise damage can still be done if you ignore your own body when it tells you to back off.

Many types of crunches exist in all types of different forms, to name but a few:

Here at 6packgirl.com we are going to concentrate on the two most well known.

  Reverse Abdominal Crunches
  Exercise Ball Crunches

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