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Building a Home Workout Routine: Trunk Rotations

by Erika Nicole Kendall

I’m a nut about my abs. I won’t even lie! I love the feeling I have after a nice ab workout – I sit a little higher in my seat, I feel a little more secure in my movements, and I go a little harder in my other exercises, because I know that my midsection is stronger.

Having said that, this exercise here kicks my butt.

How many should you do? Honestly, I can’t say. I started out with 3 sets of ten. I’d do ten (5 on each side,) then breathe for ten seconds… ten more, take a breather… then ten more.

Give it a shot, and let me know how it works out for you!

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2 comments

Joy June 22, 2011 - 7:21 PM

I did this exercise this morning at the gym (because he makes it look so easy in the video, lol). Yeah…my abs are nice and sore 🙂

Sarisa March 21, 2013 - 1:39 PM

I have a question, not sure if you’ll get to it, but I was using my fitness pal and it recommends my daily intake of calories be around 1300, which for someone just starting out seems very little. When I did your process of finding your calories I came up with about 1900 – 2000, which is right along with the nutritionist I saw a few years back. I’m scared I’m eating too much because I’m not experiencing the weight just “falling off”. I’m getting frustrated. I’m 28, 5’4 and 247 lbs. I used to be completely sedentary and now I’ll go for a walk at about 3 mph 2-3 times a week. PLEASE HELP!

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