Suspended bench situps

FLEXOR MUSCLES OF THE HIP

Soleus

Rectus Femoris

Comment: This movement requires a fair amount of strength, which you can build through other easier exercises.

Iliopsoas

Psoas Psoas

Rectus femoris

Tensor fascia lata Sartorius

Vastus lateralis Rectus femoris

Vastus medians

Quadriceps

Comment: This movement requires a fair amount of strength, which you can build through other easier exercises.

Quadriceps, rectus femoris

External oblique Tensor fascia lata

Gluteus medius

Position the feet under the pads, with the torso suspended in midair, hands near the ears:

• Inhale and raise the torso, trying to bring the head to the knees while rounding the spine.

• Exhale at the end of the contraction.

This exercise develops the rectus abdominis. It also contracts the obliques, but less Intensely.

Because of the forward tilt of the pelvis, the rectus abdominis, Iliopsoas, and tensor fascia lata contribute strongly.

FLEXOR MUSCLES OF THE HIP

Iliopsoas

Psoas Psoas

Rectus femoris

Tensor fascia lata Sartorius

Vastus lateralis Rectus femoris

Vastus medians

Quadriceps

Peroneus brevis

Soleus

Extensor .

diqitorum lonqus Uuadnceps, vastus lateralis

Fascia lata, iiiotlbial band

Greater trochanter

Gluteus maxlmus

[T] The movement

[2] Variation with arms extended in front to make the movement easier.

[T] The movement

[2] Variation with arms extended in front to make the movement easier.

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