Stomach Exercises Against a Wall

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Many different stomach exercises can be completed using any wall in your home or office. Learn about stomach exercises you can do against a wall with help from a celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister in this free video clip.

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Hey, my name is Jay Jones, celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister. And today we are going to demonstrate a few exercises that you can do for your stomach against a wall. The walls, walls are everywhere. Walls are everywhere you look around so you have exercise equipment absolutely no excuses everywhere you go. Today, we are going to demonstrate three exercises that you can do really quickly right against the wall. First thing you want to do is you want to get your back up against the wall. Keep your chest up. We are going to first call these stomach vacuums. All we are doing is just engaging the cage. That means we are blowing the air out and we are going to inhale later. So this is the first move. You want to tighten down the core blow the air out and pull your abdominals into your spine. And then exhale. Pull it out and exhale. The next move we are going to workout obliques. You bring our arms up. This is what we call a Saxon side bend. All we want to do is squeeze the air out of the obliques. And then get back to center. Squeeze the air out. And then back to center. One more time, squeezing and back to center. And our last core move is what we call a high knee right up against the wall. The back is against the wall. We want to tighten our core and just drive our knees straight up. Drive the knee up and down. Up and down. And the idea is exhale on exertion every time. Tighten in the core. My name is Jay Jones, celebrity peak performance coach and fitness minister. And those are just a few exercises that you can do for your stomach up against the wall.

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