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Upper-Ab Crunch

The instability of the ball increases the work of a basic crunch, making it feel more concentrated in the upper abs.

  • Lie on your back with your feet together and knees opened in a butterfly position.
  • Place the ball at the bottom of your shoulder blades, and then place your hands behind your head.
  • Exhale, pulling your abs to your spine, and contract your upper abs as you perform a crunch. Continue this motion with small, concentrated pulses.
  • Do 25 pulses for a set, and do two to three sets.
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