The Cross Crunch: Does It Work?

Published: Jan. 18, 2007 at 12:54 AM CST|Updated: Dec. 14, 2014 at 2:04 AM CST
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I would kill to have killer abs on my body.  For $30 maybe I can with this, the Cross Crunch.

Apparently it targets your entire abs in a fast and effective complete ab workout in 90 seconds. Suzi Schumacher is not only the General Manager for the Falls tennis club, she is also been a fitness trainer for more than 20 years.

"I have found that doing any thing with your abs is good for you. But in order to have great abs, you must have great nutrition," said Suzi.

Both of us first read the instructions on how to use the Cross Crunch. It comes with two resistance bands.  One is 50 pounds and the other is 75 pounds, which is what we used.

Suzi went first.  "Is it hard?," I asked.  "It's pretty hard," said Suzi.

You do 12 crunches to the right and 12 crunches to the left.  Doing 12 on each side is like 100 standard crunches on the floor, at least that is what it says on the box.

Then it was my turn.  I could feel the burn but Suzi says it's more of an oblique workout rather than an entire ab workout.

"I think it works and it is effective. I just think that if you don't know the techniques to do ab crunches, you will use this machine wrong.  I think that people will end up using their arms to pull the handles down," said Suzi.

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