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Tone Ab Obliques With Side Plank by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 26 Oct 2009 11:00pm Tone your ab oblique muscles and strengthen your deep core muscles with the side plank. You will also burn your belly fat! External Oblique - these muscles are on the side and front of the abdomen and wrap around your waist. Internal Oblique - these muscles lie under the external oblique and run in the opposite direction. --Lie ... Read on »
How to Work your Back and Obliques When Doing Ab Exercises by Bill .. Posted Mon 06 Dec 2010 12:00pm Obliques are the sidewall of your abdomen. When obliques are too fatty, many people call them love handles. Working out the obliques as well as your back muscles is essential to getting in a good abdominal workout. While it is tempting to focus on your upper abs, you will not get the best results by doing s ... Read on »
Tone Obliques With Cross Body Mountain Climbers by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 9:10pm Add cross body mountain climbers to your ab exercise routine. This exercise will build strength and help tone your obliques. Cross body mountain climbers also work the calves, quadriceps, glutes, back, chest, triceps and shoulders. You will need high levels of core strength to do this exercise the right way for each set. ... Read on »
Oblique Pilates Routine for Yay new muffin top and love... by Blogilates Posted Tue 31 May 2011 8:57pm Oblique Pilates Routine for Yay new muffin top and love handle workout with Sarah! Check it out! sarahfit : New video from featuring myself and the lovely Cassey from  This video featuring an oblique Pilates workout!  It’s done in real time on just one side so you’ll need to watch it tw ... Read on »
Move of the Month: Seated Oblique Twists by Tracy S. Facebook Posted Mon 20 Feb 2012 3:43pm It's Family Day in Ontario.  A day off and we couldn't have wished for better weather.  A little bit cool and full of sunshine.  I managed to get out an enjoy it with an afternoon run.  It was glorious. I am going to round out my workout today with some core exercises and you know I will be including this one in the mix.  Seated oblique twis ... Read on »
Get a Little Middle... Weighted Oblique Twists by islandgurl Posted Tue 27 Nov 2012 3:01pm Here’s a great move to work the muscles that run down each side of your body, from your lower ribs down. The weighted oblique twist will strengthen your obliques, which in turn will help fortify your core and lower back, improve your posture and help prevent injury from any bending or twisting movement. Plus, having firm obliques is the ke ... Read on »
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Oblique Exercises for the Runner by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 16 Mar 2013 11:51am To the surprise of many, running is about 50% upper-body and 50% lower body. Most people thinks it's more like 80% lower and 20% upper. With out solid muscular endurance of the core and upper-body, a runner will not be able to hold good running form, especially on those longer runs. Once your running form starts to wane, and you get out of al ... Read on »
Ah, the obliques. They can be cut and toned, they can be curvy... by karla522 Posted Tue 20 Jul 2010 7:45pm Ah, the obliques . They can be cut and toned , they can be curvy and cute or they can be an area that is  prone to pinching —in attempts to determine whether it’s time to focus on firming up or not. I find that my body prefers to store any extra fat in the oblique region, so in addition to cardio, I adore doing core work that focuses o ... Read on »
Intercostals & Obliques.... by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Sep 2010 3:44pm 1 Comment Well-defined and tight abs are the most sough-after body part, because a hard midsection is associated with being in good shape. In order to design a program that will properly stimulate the abs, we first need to take a small anatomy lesson. When I train my abs I break the abdominals down into four main muscle groups 1. The Rectus Abd ... Read on »