Orleans ON Chiropractor for Oblique Crunches - Beacon Hill Chiropractic Clinic

Orleans ON Chiropractor for Oblique Crunches - Beacon Hill Chiropractic Clinic

Mar. 30, 2014 | By: ottawachiros

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Tip from Orleans ON Chiropractor

Alternating Oblique Crunches
Difficulty: Moderate

This core exercise, the alternating oblique crunch, is working the oblique muscles, the sides of the abdomen.

Start: Lie on back with knees and hips bent to 90 degrees and feet elevated. Both hands should be behind head/neck with elbows to sides.

Exercise:
- Keeping hands behind neck, curl forward so shoulders are just off the floor.
- Then, bring right elbow across body to touch left knee. As left knee is brought up toward chest, straighten right leg.
- Pause, then bring left elbow across body to touch right knee, straightening left leg. Alternate sides for 10-15 repetitions per side.

Consult with your Orleans ON Chiropractor at the Beacon Hill
Chiropractic Clinic to see if this abdominal exercise, the alternating oblique crunches, is right for you.

Beacon Hill Chiropractic Clinic
2200 Montreal Rd.
Orleans (Ottawa) ON
(at Hwy 174 and Montreal Rd)
613-747-0444

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