Having firm obliques not only looks good, but also supports the back and overall posture. This helps prevent injuries and pain especially associated with the lower back and shoulders.
OBLIQUE SIDE RAISES
Proper Form: Begin lying on your side with your legs straight out and stacked on top of each other. Use your bottom arm for support and place your top hand behind your head. On an exhale, lift your top leg up in the air, focusing on your oblique muscles to drive the movement. Crunch your oblique muscles to raise your leg higher and move your head toward your leg. On an inhale, lower back to the starting position.
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