Hollow-body alternating knee-to-chest

The hollow-body alternating knee-to-chest is a core exercise that involves bending the legs while holding the hips and shoulder blades off the ground. It targets the rectus abdominis or "six-pack" muscles. It can be performed for time or reps in the ab-focused portion of any workout.

Benefits

  1. Isometric hold builds strength in the abdominals
  2. Strengthens the hip flexors
  3. Engages lower-body muscles, especially the quads
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Hollow-body alternating knee-to-chest muscle diagram