Knee Pull-In

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How to do the Knee Pull-In:

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The knee pull-in is a calisthenics exercise that primarily targets the abs ...more

The knee pull-in is a calisthenics exercise that primarily targets the abs.

The only knee pull-in equipment that you really need is the following: . There are however many different knee pull-in variations that you can try out that may require different types of knee pull-in equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper knee pull-in form is easy with the step by step knee pull-in instructions, knee pull-in tips, and the instructional knee pull-in technique video on this page. The knee pull-in is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the knee pull-in video, learn how to do the knee pull-in, and then be sure and browse through the knee pull-in workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Place your hands under your butt for increase support and form a T with your arms out to the sides for increased difficulty.
  2. Don't hold your breathe as you perform the exercise. Keep your core tight, but breathe throughout.

Variations

  1. Hold a dumbbell or medicine ball between your feet for greater resistance.
  2. Use exercise bands or an ankle attachment with a low pulley machine.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Tips

  1. Place your hands under your butt for increase support and form a T with your arms out to the sides for increased difficulty.
  2. Don't hold your breathe as you perform the exercise. Keep your core tight, but breathe throughout.

Variations

  1. Hold a dumbbell or medicine ball between your feet for greater resistance.
  2. Use exercise bands or an ankle attachment with a low pulley machine.

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Compound