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    Do Pushups work your abs?

    Do they work your abs?

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    Just to hold the body straight.

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    your whole core, plus your legs, and shoulders (and everything else really), are all activated, to keep your body in a straight line. However if you let your midsection sag towards the ground, then I doubt they're really doing anything.
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    Originally Posted by chazzy1864 View Post
    your whole core, plus your legs, and shoulders (and everything else really), are all activated, to keep your body in a straight line. However if you let your midsection sag towards the ground, then I doubt they're really doing anything.
    Yes, they stabilize your upper and lower body together.

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    not a lot but it does work it a little bit why not do exercises that target ur abs if u want to work them out leg raises crunches

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    Abs help as stabilizers, but that's all. So I wouldn't use pushups as an ab workout.

    Just like the lats help stabilize the bench press. But you wouldn't be doing bench for your lat workout.
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    Originally Posted by BG5150 View Post
    Abs help as stabilizers, but that's all. So I wouldn't use pushups as an ab workout.

    Just like the lats help stabilize the bench press. But you wouldn't be doing bench for your lat workout.
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    Agreed, they most certainly aint building the abs.
    I tried cable crunches really and enjoyed them

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    Originally Posted by BG5150 View Post
    Abs help as stabilizers, but that's all. So I wouldn't use pushups as an ab workout.

    Just like the lats help stabilize the bench press. But you wouldn't be doing bench for your lat workout.
    He's right. It might work the abs the same way planks do if you are contracting your abs during each rep. But I wouldn't bank on it for a good ab exercise.

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    try going right into a set of pushups after doing a set or 2 back2back of crunches, v ups, etc.....then tell me if that doesnt work your whole abs...infact after the pushups go right back into some crunches or w/e and back into pushups.

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    If you wan't to get your abs in to better shape, then you should do ab exercises. Push ups and many different compound exercises work your abs, but you really can't say they'r effective when compared to ab exercises.
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    Yes

    I think yes, pushups work on abs too... the major parts that get the benefit are the shoulders and your forearm but to a certain extent they do work on your abs.
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    they work core stability

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    Rectus Abdominis activation in the regular pushup is higher than in maximal squat and deadlifts by EMG.
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    Push Ups work your abs by strengthening your core.

    One of my favorite exercises is doing push ups on a stability ball http://www.best-abs-exercises.com/fi...exercises.html

    I like to do it at the end of my ab workout to really fatigue the abs.

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    Really all exercises work the abs and core. Push-ups would work them more-so than say curls but less than deadlifts.

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    Yes! I did the p90x chest video and my abs were sore for 3 days after, more then my chest was...

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    yes, but not enough

    like above, almost every exercise hits your midsection somewhat, just keeping a straight back.

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    part of my lower abdominal regime includes elevated push ups and they certainly work for me. As nillo says keep a straight back as if you don't it will have the wrong effect on your lower abdominal

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    Yeah, they do... but, you're going to need to make it significantly harder on your abs to get any kind of development from them.

    Add weight, or modify the exercise. Or better yet, do other exercises for your abs.
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    Originally Posted by FWCMuZiK View Post
    not a lot but it does work it a little bit why not do exercises that target ur abs if u want to work them out leg raises crunches
    Leg raises don't necessarily target the abs any more than push ups would. Both involve an isometric stabilizing role for them. Leg raises would only be working the abs as a mover if you were swinging the pelvis up too. I don't know if everyone does that.

    Originally Posted by Dexter Morgan View Post
    He's right. It might work the abs the same way planks do if you are contracting your abs during each rep. But I wouldn't bank on it for a good ab exercise.
    Planks aren't a good ab exercise? RVD likes them and he can do back flips =)

    Originally Posted by bench_press_man View Post
    they work core stability
    Which comes via the rectus abdominis amongst others (TA, etc)

    Originally Posted by IronAbrams View Post
    Rectus Abdominis activation in the regular pushup is higher than in maximal squat and deadlifts by EMG.
    This sounds like a misleading generalization. Activation would depend on intensity, and this would go up with heavier deadlifts or squats just like it might with various people's push ups.

    Originally Posted by FARTMAN View Post
    Push Ups work your abs by strengthening your core.
    Wouldn't it be easier to say that push ups / planks strengthen the core by training the abs?

    Originally Posted by DOLT. View Post
    Really all exercises work the abs and core.
    No they don't.
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    Push-ups would work them more-so than say curls but less than deadlifts.
    That's debatable. Curls and deadlifts primarily rely on static strength in the lower back. A front squat or overhead press would be a better contender for a competing ab exercise.

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    i think pushiups are acutally one of the quickest methods towards firmer abdominals

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    Push ups work great for your whole core if done correctly.

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