Oblique Workouts to Carve Your Waistline

Oblique WorkoutsThe physiques we most admire often have a V-shaped upper body tapering to a slim waistline—those defined lines running up the sides of six-pack abs are called the obliques. Most of us know how to work our surface abdominals in the front, but how to get those extra ridges above the waistline of our jeans? Try these bending and twisting oblique workouts.

Oblique Anatomy

Your oblique muscles surround your abs in the front part of your torso, serving as a part of your “core.” There is an external and internal oblique muscle on each side right and left: while one set sits a little closer to the top layer of your abs, all these muscles help you stabilize your spine and be fit.

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Want to Streamline your Time at the Gym? You Can!

man doing a bicep curlYou’re fitting workouts in between everything else you do. Want to get a lot done, break a sweat and reach your goals to be fit? Here’s a plan to streamline your time at the gym.

  • Have a Game Plan
    Streamlining starts with knowing what you’re trying to accomplish – in other words, what are your goals? You should know these for each workout! For example, you might have finally performed a pull up, so this week you’re working on two. Or, you’re bench pressing 125 pounds, now shooting for 130.
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Plan Your Next Workout with the XSport Fitness App

The XSport Fitness App is a complete fitness and nutrition tool, packed with tons of features to help you reach your fitness goals. In this article and video we will look at planning your workouts. The app comes with a variety of workouts for you to follow, and allows you to easily create custom workouts from thousands of exercises.

Plan an Existing Workout

Select “My Workouts” from your home screen

Scroll through your club’s workout page to see what workouts have been created for you to try! Select a workout to learn more about it.

Choose your Workout & click “Plan this Workout”

Select your start date, number of weeks, and when you want this workout to end. You can plan different workouts for different days of the week!

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