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Hanging Leg Raise

Sorting through the many exercises for stomach regions can be overwhelming simply because there are so many options. But when you find one you like, you can happily put it into practice alongside other exercises for stomach, leg, and arm muscles and patiently await the results. One routine many individuals just might find worthwhile is the Hanging Leg Raise, which is one of a few exercises for stomach muscles that requires access to a particular piece of equipment, the chin up bar. Read on to learn how the Hanging Leg Raise is done.

To correctly perform a Hanging Leg Raise the individual starts by grabbing onto the chin up bar with an overhand grip and literally hanging from it. Then the individual lifts his or her suspended legs as high as possible, bending at both the hips and knees. This workout may be especially beneficial for people who wish to focus on toning and firming their lower abdominal muscles, as well as the more commonly targeted central abs. Unlike some other exercises for stomach muscles, the Hanging Leg Raise could be a bit too difficult for beginner fitness enthusiasts, but odds are it will become feasible with a bit of training.




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