bent-knee incline board leg raises

Muscle Groups

abs lower abs
Bent-knee incline board leg raise is performed by lying face up on an incline board, with your knees bent, your feet flat on the board, and your hands holding onto the top of the board behind your head. Keeping your lower back against the board, lift your feet and hips off the board by flexing your hips and drawing your knees towards your chest. Return to the starting position by extending your hips and lowering your feet and hips back down to the board without letting them touch the board. Repeat for your desired number of repetitions. This exercise is beneficial for developing the hip flexors, which are important for activities such as running and jumping, and the lower abs, which can help improve core stability and posture. As the incline board provides an elevated platform, it also increases the range of motion of the exercise, making it more challenging and effective. Bent-knee incline board leg raise can be performed by people of all fitness levels, but beginners may need to start with fewer repetitions or a less steep incline to avoid straining their lower back.