What muscles do Frog Crunch work?
The Frog Crunch primarily works the rectus abdominis, also known as the "six-pack muscle," along with the obliques and transverse abdominis. It also engages the hips, lower back, and the muscles of the legs.
How do you do a Frog Crunch?
Here are the steps to perform a Frog Crunch:
Lie on your back on a mat or flat surface with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
Hold a AguaForce Weight with both hands and place the weight on your chest, with your arms extended above your head.
Using your abs, raise your torso and legs simultaneously, so that your knees come towards your chest and your arms move towards your legs.
Exhale as you crunch and try to touch the AguaForce Weight to your knees.
Inhale as you lower your torso and legs back to the starting position.
Repeat for the desired number of reps.
It's important to maintain proper form and not let your lower back arch off the floor. Keep your abs engaged throughout the exercise to target the correct muscles.