- Sit on floor with feet under suspension trainer loops in
low position. Reach and grasp bottom of loops and lay back supine.
Raise legs and place heels in loops with soles contacting handles
(or ankles through loops as shown). Extend legs out straight.
Sit up and place hands on floor to sides at desired distance
from suspension trainer. Raise hips from floor supporting upper
body with arms.
- Pull hips back while flexing spine in C shape. Raise hips
up high by straightening spine and hips until straight.
- See Suspended
Supine Feet Mount/Dismount. Abdominals are exercised during
spinal flexion, whereas, Erector Spinae is exercised during spinal
extension. See Spot
Reduction Myth and Lower
- Movement can be made easier for Abdominals, yet harder for
Erector Spinae by positioning body closer under anchor of suspension
- Movement can be made harder for Abdominals, yet easier for
Erector Spinae by positioning body further back, away horizontally
from anchor of suspension trainer.