Re: bicycle manuever

You most likely have weak lower abs, which is common in most of the population. Whenever you start to do any abdominal work think about rolling your pelvis backwards and pulling your belly sensoredon in and up towards your head. You should feel your low back pressing into the ground all throughout your ab workout. This is a great exercise to just hold also, working on getting those lower abs stronger so you can support your lower back better. Good luck exercising! It feels great!

Posted By Mel on March 22, 2010 at 22:26:57:

In Reply to: bicycle manuever posted by Tim on December 25, 2009 at 20:28:01:

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