Let's clear the rights of the bat: basic training and training of a perfect set of abs (aka "six pack") is different. Looking for a good show from the stomach is one thing, but to be able to avoid lower back problems, among many other things, has benefits.
Basic training has the advantage in the function. How often do we encounter in everyday situations which require us to one hundred sit-ups? Not too often, but when we come to pick up the kids across the table, we need the basic core strength to not only select a child, but also to avoid injury to the body.
There are several elements that make up the main force, but one is something that is often neglected in the transverse abdominal muscles (TA). When you see someone with a "six pack" you see the abdominal rectus (RA) muscle. What I do not see is their TA muscle. This is because under RA TA and act as a belt around the chest. Only a tight belt, the stronger the stomach. You will often see athletes lift heavy weight using a thick leather strap to provide support to the trunk. We want to develop our own tapes.
Here's how to get started:
* Lie on your back with knees bent and your feet on the ground. Start with your back arched and the earth.
* Place two fingers two inches below the navel. This is roughly where the TA work.
* disposal to pay down your abs toward your spine. At the same time the lower back should be flat on the ground.
* Keep items 10 to 20 seconds and repeat 4 to 5 times.
* If you are right, lower abs have to flatten the upper abdomen.
* Remember to breathe throughout the fall, and your whole body relaxed.