How To Do Crunch Kicks

Toning and strengthening your core are the goals of crunch kicks exercise. You can perform this easy bodyweight exercise at home or on the go. 


A demonstration of toe touch crunch

What are crunch kicks

Crunch kicks are a straightforward bodyweight exercise that only needs a suitable exercise mat. The workout can be performed practically anywhere, including at home, in a gym, or while on vacation in your hotel room. For a reliable ab exercise, all you have to do is lie down and perform a few sets a few times per week.Lift your feet off the ground as you lie down, and bend your knees. Start extending your knees from there, then pull them away from your body before bringing them back. This is beneficial for lower ab growth and core stability.

How to do crunch kicks

  1. By raising your shoulders to your hips and contracting your stomach muscles, you raise your body up, starting with your lower back and feet flat on the ground. You then take a step back to your starting position while maintaining a strong core.

  2. With your arms outstretched at your sides, lie down on the ground. On the floor, with a small angle away from your body, place your palms. You should have a small lift in your shoulders.

  3. Lift your feet off the ground and flex your knees. After that, move your knees out from your body.

  4. To finish a rep, return your knees to the beginning position.


Benefits of crunch kicks

Sculpt your abs. Crunch kicks can help you get a six-pack by strengthening your abs. But bear in mind that nutrition is quite important for showing off abs. Build up your core. A strong core facilitates daily actions such as reaching out to grab a high object or doing a toe touch crunch. Back pain can also be reduced by it. At the same time, it enhances stability, posture, and lowers the risk of injuries. Additionally, it can support keeping up a good running form. If you want know more about crunch kicks, JustFit can give you a more detailed explanation.

Muscles Worked

  • Hamstrings
  • Rectus abdominis
  • Opliques
  • Core