There is no doubt that sit-ups and crunches are beneficial, however apart from being pretty difficult to do many people have back and neck pain after doing them.
That is why in today’s article we present to you few alternatives that provide the same benefits for loosing calories. Other than that they are perfect for a beginner and we recommend you to give it a try.
First, you need to get into push up position on the floor and bend your elbows and keep them on the floor and then you need to ensure that your body is quite straight from head to toe and is kept parallel with the floor. In this position your body gets supported with the elbows and your shoulders take up the weight and you need to remain in the position as much as you can and you need to breathe normally during the entire process.
The dead bug
This exercise is beneficial in easing down the cramps that occur due to exercising .in this exercise you have to lie down on your back and extend your hands towards the ceiling and in front of you (keep your hands straight). Now lift both of your knees to an angle of 90 degrees and exhale out. Now straighten one of your legs just above the ground and then again return to the beginning position slowly.
Alternate arm and leg raise
Start this exercise after being on all your fours and keep yourself balanced. Now slowly move your left hand towards the wall and extended your right leg towards the wall and do the required sets. Make sure that you are using alternate hands and legs. Now bring the extended hand and leg to the starting position and do this exercise with other hand and leg.
This is an exercise that will strengthen your core and target your lower abs. So, if you need back support you can place your hands under your butt. You need to do 2 Reps of 20 Seconds
For this exercise, you need to get into the plan position and bring your left knee toward your chest you need to put it back and then pull your right knee toward your chest, replicating the look of a climbing motion. Then you need to repeat the motion for 30 to 60 seconds.
Source: Train hard Team