Exercise Of The Week: 90 Degree Static Hold

Welcome to the first of many blog posts to come! Each week I will be sharing with you one exercise that I often add into my client's workouts. This is a beginner exercise that focuses on the strength of your abs and hips. The best part is it doesn't need any equipment.

How to do a 90-degree static hold:

  • Lie face-up with your knees and hips bent to 90 degrees.

  • Flex the toes upward toward the shins.

  • Brace your core and press your lower back against the floor while pushing your thighs into your hands.

  • Stay stable in this position while contracting your core.

Tips for 90-degree static hold:

  • Keep your abs tight and take steady breaths.

  • Don't allow your lower back to round as you bring your knees toward your chest.

  • Pressing your hands into your thighs should help you squeeze your abs.

I hope this how-to has helped you, and you will try the 90-degree static hold in one of your workouts real soon.

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