Alternating Supine Leg Walk
Though it might seem to have a funny name, the Alternating Supine Leg Walk is a fairly simple abdominal exercise that, over time, some people may find helps them to trim and flatten belly areas. Of course, just because the Alternating Supine Leg Walk is simple in form, this does not mean that the exercise is what we might call easy. Rather, it may prove to be fairly difficult for some individuals.
The Alternating Supine Leg Walk involves lying flat on one’s back with one’s hands resting underneath the tailbone. The individual then raises his or her legs upward in the air until they are both vertical. From this position the individual lowers one leg until it is only a couple of inches off the floor, holding it in this position for about a second. That leg is then raised back up again to the vertical position and the lowering and holding motion is repeated with the other leg. Again, the Alternating Supine Leg Walk could truly challenge some individuals. However, doing the exercise regularly may also prove to be helpful for people who have the time and energy to do so and who wish to strengthen and flatten belly muscles.