T-Stabilization Lockout Hyperextension

Exercise Tips

  • An exercise mat can be used for comfort
  • Keep your hips up during the whole exercise

T-Stabilization Lockout Hyperextension

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: Get into a push-up position. Place your hands underneath your shoulders and your feet spread out slightly wider than shoulder width. Keep your upper body flat and parallel to the ground.

  1. 1 Extend and rotate one arm up and over your body until it is pointing away from you at a 120 degree angle. Bring your leg on the same side over as well. Focus on keeping your balance and contracting your abdominals.
  2. 2 Return your arm back to starting position, then switch arms and do the same motion.
  3. 3 Repeat this exercise until you have completed all repetitions for the set.

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