Fire up your ab workouts by doing 45 Degree Leg raises!
Build strong abs and hips by doing 45 Degree Leg Raises! More than you’re regular leg raise, this great core workout improves balance and also supports your back muscles. This move adds more resistance to your leg raise to really work your six-pack abs. It strengthens your abs, especially your lower abs and hip muscle. It even stretches your hips and works your hip flexors. Your hip flexors are actually essential for stabilizing muscle posture. When you sit too long in the office, this weakens your hip flexors. Doing 45 Degree Leg raises helps strengthen your hip muscles and keep your hips and lower back aligned.
To do this workout, just follow these instructions.
How to Do 45 Degree Leg Raises
- Start by lying on the floor with your back. Place your arms on your side and put your feet together.
- Press your hands on the floor for support. Take note: you can place your hands under your hips for support if that’s more comfortable for you.
- Slowly raise your legs up. Keep them straight until your reach a 90 degree angle.
- Slowly raise your legs down. Stop halfway into a 45 degree angle. Your legs must not touch the ground.
- Repeat this exercise within 10 to 15 seconds or for as long as you can.
Get your body moving and try this workout today!