5 Different Ways To Do Crunches in the Pool
Crunches are one of the most important core exercises you can do to get stronger abs. There are many different ways to do crunches in the pool. You can do them while standing, on your back, your front, or by using the pool edge. And you can perform crunches with or without aquatic equipment. In this article, I will show you how to perform crunches in 5 different ways.
Why Crunches Are Better in Water than On Land?
When doing crunches on land, you are forcing your body to bend and arch in uncomfortable ways. This means that you're using your back and neck to support your weight, instead of just using your abs.
In the pool however, there's no need to hold yourself up by your own muscles because your body is floating, the chances of injury are lowered, and your body moves freely. This means more flexibility and less back and neck strain, or another type of injuries. And in a result, you can workout longer and focus entirely on your abs.
5 Ways To Do Crunches in the Pool
in this article I will show you 5 different methods for aqua crunches. Those methods vary in difficulty. While some are more suitable for beginners, other require more skill and technique. But all the 5 methods are very effective in strengthening your abs and giving you desired results.
What is your favorite way to target your core? Share your ideas in the comments section below.