80s pretty good. It would even be better if you could do that standing on your feet.
is that a seriouse statement? i can’t even imagine how i’d get them up to the start position in the first place
It would work your abdominals and lower back a lot more if you’d stand up when you do them.
That said, I think it’s better if you sit down on a bench and let your targeted muscles do the work rather than using lighter weight just so your abs get some work in. That’s what targeted ab work is for.
If you’re working shoulders, then do whatever allows you to safely lift the most weight for your shoulders. You can work your abs later. [/quote]
Hahaha I was just about to say, wtf is the point in having to use lighter weights on shoulder presses so your core can get a workout too?
Like I know if I want to make something stronger I try and make the movement one where I can use the most amount of weight for that specific bodypart.
And if I want to do ab work, than I do ab work. Trying to combine the 2 just results in sub-par resultsfor both.