Another cool demo showing the Microsoft Research photo stitching capability to zoom and pan around the entire city of San Francisco taken at an oblique angle from the air...awesome!
For those with access to a gym bench, you can increase the intensity of the standard oblique crunch by using a bench.
This video illustrates the Obliques Roll Back exercise. This is a challenging rotational exercise for athletes and advanced clients.
Obliques Roll Back targets the obliques, transversus abdominis and rectus abdominis. Focus on opening your hip joints to pull your hip bones away from your thighs. Maintain the spinal flexion as you rotate and keep the transversus abdominis engaged. Keep the scapulae stabilized and feet connected to the floor.
To modify the exercise, put a flex band around the feet to help support throughout the exercise. You can also a use a small ball or fitness circle between your thighs to maintain the inner thigh connection.
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This video illustrates the Obliques exercise. This exercise is great for rotation, flexion and strengthening pelvic stability.
The Obliques exercise targets the transversus abdominis, rectus abdominis, and obliques. Only take the legs as low as pelvic stability can be maintained. Keep the transversus abdominis engaged throughout the entire exercise. The elbows stay wide and open, as the scapulae stabilizers stay connected throughout the exercise. Feel the shoulder move toward the opposite leg, not the elbow.
Modify this exercise by keeping the legs in the tabletop position, with a ball between the knees, or bring the feet to the floor. Increase the challenge by speeding the breath pattern or hold a fitness circle to add resistance.
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Look at some of the best bodies in pro sports and the one thing you'll find in common with all these athletes is a ripped and muscular midsection. No six pack stomach is complete without an equally impressive set of obliques that bookends them.
Even if you have a muscular chest, big triceps, big biceps, jacked shoulders, and massive legs...if you still have a chubby waist everything else seems to come off as less impressive. Get a set of cut obliques and you will start turning heads like my celebrity fitness clients do when they take their shirts off on the set.
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*******www.MarkOneFitness****** The Side Plank is a great way to strengthen your oblique muscles and tighten up your sides and your waist. Improving core strength will help support your back and increase your overall strength.
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Side-to-Side Oblique with Medicine Ball - part of the women's fitness video series by GeoBeats.
Hi, I'm Linda with Fitness 19. I'm going to be showing you a floor exercise with the Medicine Ball. It works your Obliques, and I'm going to show you different ways if you're just starting out or if you're little bit more advanced. You're going to be taking the ball and its going to be going from side to side. You're going to twist your whole body to the side. For people that can't lift their legs up throughout the whole exercise, keep them down, but still make sure you turn your whole body to the sides so you work those Obliques. So here's the way its going to be for people a little bit more advanced. Your feet are up, you're holding the ball and you're going to go side to side, just like this. And unfortunately for those that don't like Abs a lot, that is 2 repetitions when you go from 1 side to the other side that's 1 repetition. You want to try to do at least 15 to 20 of these. For those people that are little bit more advanced, when you're done, you can hold the ball here, bring your legs in, and do about 15 to 20 of those. And that should give you a really good burn on those Abs.
Flat Bench Obliques and Core - part of the women's fitness video series by GeoBeats.
Hi, I'm Linda with Fitness 19, and I would be showing you how to do an ab exercise off the Bench. Its going to be working your Obliques. You're going to be holding one hand down here on the bench, the other hand behind your head. You're going to come up and take opposite elbow to opposite knee. Just like so. And then you're going to switch. And you're going to still try to do 15 to 20 of the exercises each side. Come all the way up, all the way back, all the way up. Try to keep that leg in the air without letting it drop so you keep the resistance on your abs. And that's how you do the ab exercise.
from *******www.popularfitness**** Side bends exercise using either 2 dumbbells or 1 dumbbell for primarily the obliques and the core but it also works secondary muscle groups like the arms.
Oblique Type Corrugation Machine is an exclusively high precision robust Oblique type single facer attached with auto sheet cutter and it gives ready cut 2 ply board in one complete operation.
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