2 Leg Supine Elevated Bridge

Exercise Tips

  • An exercise mat can be used for comfort
  • Tighten abs while doing this
  • Concentrate on keeping your balance

2 Leg Supine Elevated Bridge

This exercise targets your entire core abdominals area and requires no equipment to perform.

Muscle Group

Abdominals, Obliques

Frequency

1 Day a Week to
5 Days a Week

Equipment

None

Cardiovascular Benefit

Low

Muscle Group: Abdominals, Obliques

Equipment: None

Minimum Frequency: 1 Day a Week

Maximum Frequency: 5 Days a Week

Cardiovascular Benefit: Low

Exercise Category: Abdominals


Starting Position: Once in position the 2 leg supine elevated bridge exercise requires no movement to perform. Begin lying face up and flat on the floor with your knees bent and both feet on the floor. Fully extend both arms and place them by your sides and on the floor.

  1. 1 Lift your hips upwards from the floor
    approximately 8 to 12 inches. Your body, from your knees to your neck,
    should form a straight line.
  2. 2 Maintain this position and be sure to relax your body and regulate your breathing.

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