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    Have you tried this?Im just starting kickboxing and been doing weighted cable crunchs,ab roller,barbell twist,reverse crunchs and vaccums.Seems to work alright but getting tired of it (i do 400reps)a week.If i do this how often?i kickbox mon,wed,fri,sat,and lift mon-fri.
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    Have you thought about more functional core work? Med ball slams (over head, side), twisting med ball throws against a wall, sled hammer work, trunk rotations, wood choppers, turkish get ups, barbell torques, etc.

    It would benefit your kick boxing a lot more then a series of crunches and sit ups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tubbednova View Post
    Have you tried this?Im just starting kickboxing and been doing weighted cable crunchs,ab roller,barbell twist,reverse crunchs and vaccums.Seems to work alright but getting tired of it (i do 400reps)a week.If i do this how often?i kickbox mon,wed,fri,sat,and lift mon-fri.
    Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post
    Tubbed:

    Have you thought about more functional core work? Med ball slams (over head, side), twisting med ball throws against a wall, sled hammer work, trunk rotations, wood choppers, turkish get ups, barbell torques, etc.

    It would benefit your kick boxing a lot more then a series of crunches and sit ups.

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    I am going to agree with Zir Red on this!!! I used to be a fighter and its important to get those twisting and more athletic motions in to train your core... plus of course your main compound movements which are great for your core.

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