How To Do V Ups Exercise

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How To Do V Ups Exercise

How To V Ups Exercise

Learn How To Do V Ups Exercise With These Simple Steps

Learn how to do a V Ups exercise with our simple step by step tutorial.

Are you struggling with your V Ups exercise? Follow these simple steps to learn the most effective way of how to do a V Ups exercise and start feeling the benefits.

Benefits of V Ups Exercise

This exercise works both upper and lower abdominal muscles at the same time and can also strengthen the lower back if performed correctly.
You do not need any equipment for this exercise just some space.

Muscle Groups Worked:

Rectus abdominis, transversus abdominis, obliques, hamstrings, quadriceps.

how to do v ups

Step by Step Guide:

  1. Lie flat on the floor with the lower back pressed into the ground and arms extended behind your legs
  2. The back of the shoulders should touch the floor and the palms face the ceiling
  3. Keep the feet together and the toes pointed at the ceiling
  4. In one movement lift the legs up keeping them straight and raise the upper body of the floor reaching for the toes with your hands
  5. Engage and squeeze the abdominal muscles as you reach for your toes
  6. Slowly lower the body back down to the starting position

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