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Leg Raises, Bent Knee

Type: Abs
Using a Roman Chair to perform bent knee leg raises increases the load on the lower abdominals and hip flexors. It also hits the obliques and the front and outer thighs. A less challenging option to this exercise is to perform it sitting on the floor. To increase the challenge, wear ankle weights.
Level :  Equipment : Yes
Lower Abs
Obliques
Thighs
Upper Abs

Leg Raises, Bent Knee Steps:

Step 1:
Position yourself in the Roman Chair with elbows on the support pads and the small of the back against the lumbar support.

Step 2:
Inhale and raise the knees up towards the chest, bending the knees allowing the lower legs to relax.

Step 3:
Round the back up to contract the abdominals at the top of the movement.

Step 4:
Pause briefly and lower back to the start.

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