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Wheel Rollout with Wall Support

Wheel Rollout with Wall Support

The Wheel Rollout with Wall Support is an effective exercise that targets multiple muscle groups, primarily focusing on the core and upper body. This exercise requires the use of an ab wheel and a wall for support, making it a great option for individuals who are new to abdominal exercises or those looking for a challenge. To perform the Wheel Rollout with Wall Support, start by positioning the ab wheel on the floor in front of you. Kneel down and grasp the handles of the wheel with an overhand grip, ensuring that your shoulders are directly above your hands. With your knees still on the ground, begin by rolling the wheel forward, allowing your body to move with it. As you roll forward, maintain a tight core and engage your abdominal muscles to control the movement. As you extend your body forward, you will feel a stretch in your abs and upper body. Once you have reached your furthest point, reverse the movement by engaging your core and pulling yourself back to the starting position. The use of wall support is ideal for beginners or those with limited core strength. By placing the ab wheel against the wall, it provides stability and allows you to focus on proper form and control. Gradually, as you build strength and confidence, you can decrease the amount of support from the wall, challenging your core muscles even further. Incorporating the Wheel Rollout with Wall Support into your fitness routine can help enhance core stability, improve upper body strength, and increase overall muscle tone. Remember to start with proper form, listen to your body, and gradually progress as your strength improves. Aim for 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions, while ensuring that you maintain control and engage your core throughout the entire movement.


  • Start in a kneeling position with your shins on a mat or towel.
  • Place your hands on a small stability ball, medicine ball, or an ab wheel.
  • Keep your arms fully extended and shoulder-width apart, pressing the ball or wheel against a wall.
  • Engage your core by contracting your abdominal muscles.
  • Begin by slowly rolling the ball or wheel forward, keeping your back straight and your core tight.
  • Extend your arms as far as you can without allowing your lower back to sag or your hips to drop.
  • Once you have reached your maximum extension, start rolling the ball or wheel back towards your knees.
  • Continue to engage your core throughout the movement.
  • Repeat the exercise for the desired number of repetitions.
  • Remember to breathe steadily throughout the exercise and maintain proper form.

Tips & Tricks

  • Engage your core muscles throughout the entire movement.
  • Keep your body in a straight line from head to toe.
  • Start with a short range of motion and gradually increase it as you get stronger.
  • Maintain a slow and controlled movement to maximize muscle engagement.
  • Use a wall or other support to assist with the movement until you build enough strength.
  • Breathe deeply and exhale as you roll the wheel out, inhale as you roll it back in.
  • Avoid rounding your lower back, keep it neutral and flat.
  • Focus on using your abdominal muscles to initiate the movement.
  • If you feel any pain or discomfort, stop the exercise and consult with a fitness professional.
  • Incorporate the wheel rollout into a full-body strength training routine for best results.


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