use barbells lightly weighted. place behind your head resting on shoulders. bend to the right then up then to the left then up, repeat for approximately 10 repitions. use light weights to start until you see how much you can handle. I promise you this will get rid of your love handles as it tends to strengthen the side muscles better than any exercise i have ever seen.
Lie on your back and cross the left foot over the right knee. Put your right hand behind your head, extend left arm straight out for support, lift your shoulder blades off the floor and twist to the left, bringing the right shoulder towards the left knee. Lower back down and repeat for 10 reps before switching sides (right foot over left knee, left hand behind your head, right arm extended straight out for support, raise shoulder blades, twist to the right bringing the left shoulder toward the right knee). Do 10 reps, then 9, then 8, etc. down to 5 on both sides, slowly. Try to focus on using your side muscles.
stretches and strengthens obliques
obliques are found in the brain,part of the skull
The rectus abdominus muscles are media to the obliques. They lie closer to the midline than the obliques, which are lateral.
the main function of obliques is to help protect the heart as well as the ribs.
internal obliques, external obliques, transverse abdominis, rectus abdominis
The oblique muscles help a person twist and bend at the torso. Strong obliques are good for supporting the lower back. Another name for obliques is side abdominals.
The oblique muscles are located on both sides of the abdomen running diagonally along the rectus abdominis, which is the center abdominal muscle. There are two sets of obliques, the external and the internal. The external obliques are more superficial while the internal obliques are a deeper muscle.
To exercise core fitness, you want to exercise muscles such as the Rectus Abdominis, Multifidus and the Obliques. You can get more information about this at the About website. Once on the page type "The best core exercises" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.
If your options are Latissimus doris Rectus abdominus Biceps brachii Obliques Then the correct answer is Rectus abdominus
internal obliques, external obliques, rectus abdominis, and transverse abdominis
The obliques function to pull the chest downwards and compress the abdominal wall. It also has some actions in both flexion and rotation of the vertebral column. The obliques contracting on one side can create lateral flexion on that side.