The Ab Amigo
- Suffer from back pain?
- Want a strong core?
- Want an effective abdominal workout?
The Ab Amigo is for you! A strong core can relieve back pain, improve balance and agility and even prevent future back injuries. The Ab Amigo is a lightweight, portable piece of exercise equipment that allows you to strengthen your core quickly by ensuring you keep the correct form while exercising. Now you can perform the most effective sit-ups possible no matter what your level of fitness in your own home!
The Ab Amigo
The easy to use, at home Ab Amigo simply slides under any door (works best up to 3/4 inch opening between door bottom and floor) and ensures the correct form while performing sit-ups with it’s self correcting pull out design.
Unique design ensures correct form. If you begin using the Ab Amigo incorrectly it will pull out from under the door and you will be forced to correct your form.
Incredibly effective in isolating the entire abdominal region and strengthening your core.
The Ab Amigo Provides maximum user comfort with thick foam padding.
- Easy to use at home for effective core workouts.
- Made with thick padding for greater comfort.
- Helps improve your overall core strength, stability and endurance.
Perform the most effective sit-ups possible no matter what your level of fitness!
Building Core Strength to Reduce Back Pain: The Importance of Strong Abdominal Muscles
Core strengthening is more than just achieving six-pack abs. Developing strong abdominal muscles may actually help prevent back pain by making you less prone to back injuries. Many people have back pain—whether it’s upper back pain or low back pain—and this may be partly caused by weak abdominal muscles. Since your abs are the front anchor of your spine, if they are weak, then the other structures supporting your spine (your back muscles, for example) will have to work harder. By developing stronger core muscles, you’ll be less likely to injure or strain your back muscles.
If you think about it, your core is in the center of your body. It needs to be strong to support the weight of your entire body, including your back and neck. Adding core strengthening to your exercise routine can help protect your back and neck. Core exercises should involve the major muscles in your abdomen, including your internal and external obliques and the transverse abdominals.