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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can 8850 Form Targeted

Instructions and Help about Can 8850 Form Targeted

What's up guys, Jeff Cavaliere from athleanx.com. Today, I want to talk to you all about the AB wheel rollout and, more specifically, how to nail it every single time. Because if you don't, this exercise does not belong in your ab training routine for two reasons. At best, you're looking at a major waste of time, and at worst, you're looking at an exercise that can actually cause damage to your lower back. But if you do get it right, it's a great exercise that belongs in your training routine. So, here's what you want to do. You want to focus on three separate areas. One is the setup, the second part is the execution, and the third part is pulling the wheel back to you. Those are the three areas, obviously every exercise is made up of those three components, but in this case, people tend to screw up in those three areas. So, we want to cover all of them. When you're getting set up for the exercise, the first thing you want to do is focus on the position of your back and your hips. The key here is that you don't want to follow some advice when people tell you to flatten everything out in one straight line. Because what you're doing here is you're immediately taking this exercise and making it solely one thing, and that is, as far as the abs are concerned, an anti-extension move. And while that is a tremendous component of this exercise, it's not the only one. So, when you get into this position here, and then you roll out, which is what people will advise you to do, they're basically letting the lats do all the work. While this could be a great lat builder, especially if you don't have weighted...