How to Make Your Own Ab Wheel Exerciser

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Making your own ab wheel exerciser is a great way to get a good workout in right at home. Make your own ab wheel exerciser with help from a national fitness champion and registered dietitian in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chrisie Allemand, coming to you from BB3 Personal Training Center in Weston, Florida. Today, I'm going to show you how to make your own ab exercise wheel. The best way to do that is to run out to a hardware store and pick up furniture sliders. These are, you know, called movers. Some people call them movers and what this is used for normally is, you know, you put a heavy piece of furniture on it and it helps you move it across the floor but it's actually really handy when it comes to working out. So I'm going to show you some uses of this exercise wheel. The first one, the most obvious I would say is the way most people use an ab wheel. You go ahead and roll out and then come right back in. So that's out and in. Most people also do it with an ab wheel, they go out one way and the other and the other. But what I really love about these movers is you can also use them on your feet. So here I can use my glutes and my hammies, out and in and out and in. If you're looking for a cardio workout which you cannot do with a traditional ab wheel you can go ahead and hit some mountain climbers. Get your feet on these and then you pump your feet back and forth. Makes for a really good cardiovascular exercise. Another exercise you can do with these movers, that's really good for the core, you're going to go ahead and hit a push-up position. You're going to tuck your knees into your chest, bring those sliders in, knees back out and then hips into the air, really good core stability exercise. Woo, gets you every time. Some of these exercises I've showed you today are upper level exercises. I recommend you check with an exercise expert before attempting these exercises to make sure that these are good for you. I'm Chrisie Allemand, and I hope this exercise video has been informative for you. Thanks for watching. Happy training.


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