Body Saw Exercise For Beginners

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Have you ever heard about the body saw exercise?  

Well this workout is a great core exercise that engages other muscle groups into play and help in on the flexibility of your calves.  

This core exercise can be performed as part as a warm-up ,as part of an exercise core routine for a more intensive workout or can be done any place or anywhere. 

Targeted muscle: Triceps, hips, shoulders, core, calves.  

So are you ready to give body saw exercise a try, follow the step by step instruction and watch the video to make sure you are doing it correctly. 

How to do the Body Saw Exercise

1: Place your feet in the middle and get down into plank position.

2: Keeping your back in a straight line slide your feet forward 4-6 inches and the back.

3: Repeat this motion for the desired amount of repetitions.

For an hard version of this exercise check out the video here.


Are you looking for more  crunches checkout my abdominal crunches page more workout.

Below is a great 23 Minute Active Static Abs Workout  that will include abs twist.

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