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Posted by: Cleoreece | 2011-07-14

ABS

What equipments should I use at the gym for my ABS

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Hi Cleoreece

Well, sit-ups, crunches, twists are good. There's also planks and bridges, and the best thing about it is that you don't even need equipment - you can do them at home with just a floor!

I'd say what you can do is ask a trainer to demonstrate them to you, and make sure you're doing them the right way. Especially bridging and planks. But once you have them, then you're good to go, anytime!

Ross

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Posted by: fitnessdoc | 2011-07-24

Hi Cleoreece

Well, sit-ups, crunches, twists are good. There's also planks and bridges, and the best thing about it is that you don't even need equipment - you can do them at home with just a floor!

I'd say what you can do is ask a trainer to demonstrate them to you, and make sure you're doing them the right way. Especially bridging and planks. But once you have them, then you're good to go, anytime!

Ross

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