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Leg lifts are a great old-fashioned ab workout that you can make as challenging as you want. The leg raise is the perfect exercise for the somewhat neglected lower abdominals and hip flexors. Regular performance of leg raises can help to strengthen the lower back and therefore reduce the risk of injuries.
The side leg raise primarily works the abductor muscle group, a group of muscles that are responsible for moving the thigh to the side of your body. These muscles are extremely important for daily activities and sports, and strengthening the abductors can make your movements more efficient. The side leg raise is also an effective exercise for toning the hip area.
With a headboard or a few pillows propping you up, try loosening up the shoulders with some shoulder rolls and head circles. If possible, pick the head of one arm bone up, draw it back and then drop it back down.
Do the pelvic tilt to strengthen your abdominal muscles. Lie on your back on the floor with your knees bent. Flatten your back against the floor by tightening your abdominal muscles and bending your pelvis up slightly. Hold for up to 10 seconds. Repeat.
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