Good Exercises for the Groin Area

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  1. cltpilot

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    So for those of you on here that work out a lot, what are the best exercises to do to trim up the groin area? I am assuming crunches and planks, but are there any others out there that someone may recommend?
     
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    Kegals, that's the only one I'm aware of. Crunches don't really do anything for the groin area.
     
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    Yea, I cant think of any way to isolate the groin in terms of exercise other than Kegals too. If you are talking about 'firming up' down there then the same rule applies to your stomach, butt, chest, obliques, etc.... it would lean out with the right diet, cardiovascular activity and weight training.

    Im assuming this is what you are talking about :rolleyes:
     

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    That is what I was talking about and that picture is very disturbing :eek:
     
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    The lower abs can be effectively targeted with reverse crunches........but to be able to display them, good diet and cardio to make you lean
     
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    Reverse crunches will effectively target your lower abs, but good diet and cardio will be necessary to display your work
     
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    Not sure what you mean by groin area, or what aspect of, but how about Power Squats?
     
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    Isnt it? A buddy sent that to me yesterday....I spat coffee all over my laptop...but cant wait to use 'check out her mooseknuckle' in a conversation :tongue:
     
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    Yah, I was talking about the section of the abdomen right above the penis leading up to the stomach. I am working with a trainer right now, and it is working, but I was looking for a way to explain to her that I would like to work on that area.

    Power Squats may work as well as the reverse cruches. I will have to mention that to her.

    Thanks for the info.
     
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    I would think crunches or sit ups cuz it works the the lower and upper abdomen
     
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    when you say groin area, do you mean the "V" muscles? :confused:
     
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