Supine Reverse Crunches
If you are looking for abdominal workouts that are fairly challenging and that might not be as common as some others you already know of, Supine Reverse Crunches could be for you. Like some other abdominal workouts, Supine Reverse Crunches involve motion that is carried out with the lower body, and in this way they might implicate the muscles of the abdomen in a slightly different manner.
To perform a set of Supine Reverse Crunches you must first put your body into a normal crunch position, lying with your back and feet flat on the floor. Then, rather than lifting your upper body, you will bend your legs at the hips, drawing them upward so that your knees are bent at a 90 degree angle and your thighs are pointing vertically into the air. Then you will slowly lower your legs while keeping your knees locked, letting your feet come close to the ground but never letting them touch. Then, raising your thighs back to the vertical position, you will repeat the motion a set number of times. Supine Reverse Crunches, as you may find, are one of those abdominal workouts that are sometimes harder than they might seem at first.