This can be tricky, if we're talking about all muscle and you have built your obliques through exercise whether directly as with side bends or indirectly through a particular sport the only way to reduce them is probably to reduce the stimulation they receive - no side bends etc.
They are not a muscle that usually needs to be trained specifically anyway.
If you're talking about "love handles" and it's not rock hard muscle then try both cutting down your food intake and doing some good fat burning exercise at a moderate intensity for medium or long duration to reduce bodyfat. You can't target the fat in one area of your body by any particular exercise as you may know.
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 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.
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 main function of obliques is to help protect the heart as well as the ribs.
internal obliques, external obliques, transverse abdominis, rectus abdominis
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
stretches and strengthens obliques
your abs, deltiods, and obliques
external and internal obliques
The obliques are the main muscles used for twisting movements. They twist works both sides of the obliques. It also works the glutes and calves too.
internal and external obliques
It is located in between the ribs and the pelvis.
squats and deads for core strength
Obliques and rectus abdominis
Idriss. has written: 'Regards obliques'
pectorals, abdominals, obliques are the major ones
Your abdominal muscles and obliques.
Myosclerosis is abnormal hardening of muscle. There are six different abdominal muscles of the anterior abdominal wall. The rectus abdominis, external obliques, internal obliques and the transverse abdominus muscle.
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.