When one is working toward the objective of achieving a well-sculpted physique, the characteristic that is the most challenging to accomplish is having a toned abdominal region.
Considering that our abdominal region is made up of a multitude of muscles, it is not simple to target all of them at the same time. In the process of focusing on the larger muscle groups, we frequently fail to pay attention to the secondary muscle groups.
The exercise known as the Russian Twist is performed at this point. This one exercise has the potential to tone all of the tiny muscles that make up your core, including your hip flexors, rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis, and obliques.
This is something that can be done anytime you want, wherever you are, and without the need for any specialized equipment. This is the most admirable aspect.
You should lie down on the ground in a comfortable position with your legs bent at the knees and your arms lying by your sides.
To achieve this position, raise your upper body and feet off the ground until they form an imagined V-shape with your thighs. The angle should be 45 degrees. As a balancing mechanism, you can cross your ankles. Now bring your palms together, spread your arms wide, and maintain a neutral spine position. Here is where you will begin.
You have the option of doing a variety of various variants of this workout if you want to make it more difficult. Here are some versions of the Russian Twist that are commonly used.
Increasing the weight that you are using for your Russain Twist will make your workout more difficult. Instead of bringing your hands together, you should just hold a dumbbell or a kettlebell in your position. But check that the form you're using is accurate.