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A sneaky abs toner, the pulling movement of this exercise works your abdominal wall, back, and the often-overlooked serratus anterior muscle, which is great for improving your posture.
How to do it: Secure a resistance band at a point that is fixed firmly above eye level and hold onto the handles (or the ends if your band doesn't have handles). Step away from anchor point until there is tension on the band with your arms extended straight out in front of your chest, palms facing down. Brace your abs in tight, press shoulders down, and pull arms (keeping them straight) down until they're slightly past your hips. Return arms to chest level. That's one rep. Do up to 3 sets of 15 repetitions.
Want to use heavier weight? Try this at the gym with a straight bar attached to a high-point cable.
Chisel your core and so much more with these sneaky sculpting moves