Seated Oblique Twists with Medicine Ball
Seated Oblique Twists with Medicine Ball is the name of an exercise routine that can be counted among the many abdominal workouts available to those who wish to learn and implement them. Seated Oblique Twists with Medicine Ball have a long name, but they do not appear to be all that difficult to learn. Of course, it almost goes without saying that this routine, like a number of other abdominal workouts, requires that one possess or possess access to a weighted medicine ball of his or her choosing.
Once you have a medicine ball of the appropriate size and weight, get into a crunch position with your back and feet flat on the ground. Then, holding the medicine ball to your chest, perform a crunch-like motion, lifting your upper body off the floor. However, in order to target your oblique muscles, which run along the sides of your abdomen, twist your body such that you can tap the medicine ball to the ground on the side toward which you are twisting. You should alternate the side you twist to within your set, going from side to the other one repetition to the next. Also, consider adding to your use of the Seated Oblique Twists with Medicine Ball other abdominal workouts that target various muscle groups for complete abdominal toning and tightening.