Ab workout while standing with the Suspension Trainer
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
Suspension Training Rollout Starting Position
- Lean body forward, arms stretched in front of the body
- Move stretched arms above your head.
- Bring arms back in fornt of your body.
- The body is leaning forward. The arms are slightly bent and form a right angle with the torso. The palms are facing downward. The feet are placed hip width apart.
- The arms are stretched out to the front. Legs, torso and arms form a line. The movement is carried out only to the extent that the body does not sag.
- The arms are in extension of the body stretched up to an angle of 180 ° to the front. The torso stays under tension. The bodyweight is on the footpads.
- The arms stay stretched while returned before the body. The body tension is kept in the abdomen and the upper body gets errected.
Start with a small angle of inclination, to get used to the load! Make sure that you do not overstretch your shoulder joints.
Additional exercise instructions
The Rollout is an ideal exercise for the whole body and the abdominal muscle tension. By a greater angle of inclination of the body and the increasing distances of the arms increases the intensity.
Related Suspension Trainer Exercises
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Crunch balanced Legs
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