As much focus is given to the abdomen area when it comes to exercise and exercise equipment, Abdominal Benches and other Abdominal Exercise Equipment are amazing. Not only do these items keep one fit and in tip top shape, they are also geared to limit back pains, as well as help reduce exercise related injuries. Quite ideal for those who wish to trim down, keeping their bodies and their health in good shape.
As there are a number of abdominal benches and other abdominal exercise equipment abounding exercise stores and fitness centers all over the world, options with which to ideally use, let alone which to purchase, is totally dependent on what an exerciser deems as ideal for his/her.
Here are some of the most popular types of abdominal benches and other abdominal exercise equipment.
A stretch toner isn’t exactly an abdominal bench, but it yields similar results. They are compact, portable fitness solution devices, which mostly come with instructional videos which deal with their proper usage. Most stretch toners focus on abdominal and torso stretching, shoulder, arm, and chest stretching, back stretching and hamstring stretching.
They are ingenious devices which yield effective results, with a systematic approach to fitness, keeping in mind the general safety of exercisers. Again, they are different from abdominal benches in terms of form, but not so much with results.
Also known as weight benches and abdominal benches, an exercise bench is pretty much the “foundation exercise equipment” for those aiming for strength training. The most basic of exercise benches are actually flat benches, with ample cushion support for the back, which could be used for complete dumbbell workouts.
Abdominal benches are fitted with feet holders on their sides, and can be inclined at adjustable intervals. They are ideal for sit ups, which are exercises which focus on the abdomen area of an exerciser.
An exercise bench isn’t simply limited for abdomen fitting, as the exercise equipment can tone other parts of an exerciser’s body.
Inversion tables are ideal for back stretching as well as abs toning. As an abdominal bench, exercise equipment of this breed pretty much yield the same results, with other portions of an exerciser’s body coved in its exercise target.
They somewhat aren’t the most common of exercise equipments in gyms and fitness centers, but this doesn’t mean an Inversion table’s inadequacy when comprehensive exercise is concerned.
Of course, there are other abdominal benches and other exercise equipments which focus on the abdomen. The abovementioned three are simply among the most popular.