If you have a pull-up bar at home (and you should) or a robust door frame, you can do this anytime you need a movement break. Or you can do it in a playground, under a tree or anywhere you can hang (not dangle) from something.
Hanging leg raises can improve core strength, hip flexor mobility, and shoulder stability. Start off with the first variation and then progress to do all three versions I demonstrate in this Workout of the Week video.
The variations in this video:
- Hanging Crunch
- Hanging Oblique Crunch
- Hanging L Sit