Like the seated torso twist, the standing crossover targets the abdominal muscles in the front and as well as on the sides. This is a welcome break from all the floor exercises and is also effective to shape and tone the abdomens, hips and your arms as well. You can incorporate this with your other abdominal exercise routine and with your weight control diet.
This workout begins with standing, feet spaced shoulder width apart. Raise your arms at shoulder level with your elbows bent at a 90 degree angle. Now bring your right knee up to your left elbow as you contract your abdominal muscles. Retain this position for five seconds then bring your leg down. Do the same procedure for the other leg. Do 15 reps per side, interchangeably.
How to Do Standing Crossover Crunch
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