The Ab Roller was created to allow you to do crunches safely while getting the most effective motion from each rep.
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Ab Roller Benefits For Your Body

With every type of exercise you do, there is always a risk of injury. The Ab Roller was created in order to keep your body in correct posture to lessen the risk of injury. Unlike all other exercises you will encounter, the technology keeps you in the best position possible to increase effectiveness.

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There are two types of core rollers out there. One is a wheel with two pegs sticking out of it that you push away from you and pull towards you while on your knees. The other is a larger piece of equipment that has a back rest and a curving bar to place your hands.

Exercise Ball Crunch

There are pros and cons to both of these systems but for the best protection you want to use the larger piece of equipment that provides the back rest.

The reason for this is because it supports your body during your ab crunches, where regular crunches and exercise ball crunches do not.

Many workout patrons will do a crunch or sit-up incorrectly. For example, when they do a sit up they keep their back straight compared to rolling your abs together.

When you keep your back straight you take your abdominals out of the workout, and put a very large amount of strain on your lower back.

Depending on your back and spine strength, you can get injuries from tearing muscles, hyper extending your body, and also get residual back pain for a few days because your body was not ready and unable to handle your weight.

Ab Roller

Another injury that can occur from doing crunches and sit ups is the straining of your neck. Towards the end of your exercises, it gets difficult to complete those last few reps. As a natural reaction, your neck pushes forward trying to lower your center of gravity to make the exercise easier. The result causes you to get less effective ab crunches and pain from overstretching occurs in the neck.

Benefits Of The Ab Roller

The most important aspect of every exercise is that they are performed with the best technique possible in order to prevent injury. This is where the Arcuate Rocker System of the Ab Roller protects you.

The machine is able to provide support for your upper body including your neck and head, but more importantly it protects your spine. Thanks to the product, it guides your spine by making it curve in a natural movement compared to having a straight back.

Crunch Finishing Position

Thanks to the Ab Roller, this correct spinal flexion will never twist your spine. When you struggle on those last reps, the human body uses momentum to get to the top of the sit up.

In order use momentum you will naturally swing shoulders or pull your head. This dramatically increases the chances of you experiencing an injury.

Although this exercise might become harder because you are doing it correctly, you will experience faster results for a flatter stomach and abdominal development.

Always keep in the back of your mind that you must stay persistent and not get discouraged if you can only get a few reps done.

With each abdominal workout you do, you will start to notice that you are able to do more and more and you will see that belly fat and your love handles vanish while being replaced with a tone and sexy core.

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