Suspended Abdominal Fallout

Suspended Abdominal Fallout

The Suspended Abdominal Fallout is a challenging exercise that targets your core muscles, specifically your abdominal muscles. This exercise can be performed using suspension trainers or TRX straps. With this exercise, you hang the straps from a sturdy anchor point, such as a door frame or a bar, and assume a plank position facing down with your feet suspended in the straps. The main focus of the Suspended Abdominal Fallout is to engage your abdominals while maintaining a stable and straight body position. By suspending your feet, you increase the instability, forcing your abs to work harder to stabilize your body. This exercise effectively targets your rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis, and obliques, helping to strengthen your core and improve overall stability. This exercise offers several benefits, including increased abdominal strength, improved core stability, and enhanced overall balance. It also engages your upper body, as your arms and shoulders work to support your weight. Additionally, the Suspended Abdominal Fallout challenges your proprioception and coordination, as you must control your body movements while suspended. It's important to note that this exercise requires a certain level of strength and stability. If you're a beginner, it's best to start with simpler core exercises and gradually progress to more advanced movements like the Suspended Abdominal Fallout. Always ensure you have proper form and control throughout the exercise to avoid any potential injuries. Incorporate this challenging exercise into your workout routine for a stronger core and improved overall fitness.


  • Start by placing your feet in the foot straps of a suspension trainer.
  • Position your body in a slight incline with your hands on the ground, shoulder-width apart.
  • Engage your core and maintain a neutral spine.
  • Slowly lower your body by allowing your feet to slide forward, maintaining control throughout the movement.
  • Continue lowering your body until your torso is parallel to the ground or until you feel a strong contraction in your abs.
  • Hold the position for a second or two, focusing on keeping your core engaged.
  • To return to the starting position, engage your abdominal muscles and pull your body back up using your core strength.
  • Repeat the exercise for the desired number of repetitions.

Tips & Tricks

  • Maintain proper form throughout the exercise to engage the core muscles effectively.
  • Engage your abdominal muscles by pulling your belly button towards your spine during each repetition.
  • Focus on slow and controlled movements to maximize effectiveness and reduce the risk of injury.
  • Breathe in deeply before starting the movement and exhale slowly as you lower your legs down.
  • Keep your neck and shoulders relaxed throughout the exercise to avoid unnecessary strain.
  • Start with a comfortable difficulty level and gradually increase the challenge as your core strength improves.
  • Incorporate variations of the exercise, such as twisting or lifting one leg at a time, to target different parts of the abdominals.
  • Ensure that the suspension straps are securely fastened before starting the exercise for safety.
  • Listen to your body and take breaks as needed, especially if you feel any pain or discomfort.
  • Combine this exercise with a balanced diet and overall fitness routine for best results.


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