Also known as the hip-up, the lying side hip raise targets your internal and external obliques, while synergistically working numerous other muscles throughout...
The lying leg and hip raise is a primary compound core exercise that effectively works your abs, obliques, hip flexors, and adductors.
Work your rectus abdominis with the kneeling cable crunch, an auxiliary core exercise. Your internal and external obliques act as synergists.
The front plank is a brilliant isometric bodyweight exercise that helps you to develop the strength and stability of your core.
The wheel rollout is a highly recommended auxiliary core exercise that targets your hip flexors, not your abs. However, that’s not to say that your abs don't...
Also known as toes-to-bar, the hanging straight leg-hip raise is one of the most effective exercises for your abs and obliques.
Work your rectus abdominis and obliques with the reverse crunch, which was found to produce 140 per cent more activity in the obliques than the traditional...
The incline straight leg and hip raise is an advanced compound exercise that targets your abs and synergistically works many other core and leg muscles.
The crunch is among the most popular of all ab exercises. Unfortunately, it is not very effective and is therefore not recommended.