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Just pulling your leg (a bit). Sure, we all get stumped sometimes and it’s good to get ideas from other lifters, but make sure you think back on plans/advice you’ve given others in the same situation. If a lifter comes to you and says “Coach, I need some new ab training tips.” your advice would be…?
I know this will open pandoras box but I am stuck on some ab exercises for my next program…
So far it consists of an isometric palloff press, hanging single leg raises and barbell rollouts… ive also got all the major lifts such as deads, squats, chins, overhead presses etc[/quote]
I’d want to see what the entire program looks like (days, exercises, sets, reps, and general program goal) before I can give any concrete advice.
Like some have said, I find rotational training to be just as important as flexion and static work. Make sure you’re addressing all three points. Full contact twists and cable woodchoppers work great for rotational work. Also, some explosive work like medicine ball slams can be very useful.
[quote]Bram Wiley wrote:
I like to do weighted leg raises and crunches/sit-ups, then something for rotation and something for twisting.[/quote]
There a difference between rotation and twisting?