: Starting Position: Tie a resistance band around the barbell. Have your partner hold onto the other end of the resistance band and distance yourself from your partner. The farther away, the harder the intensity. Grasp the barbell with both hands, spaced shoulder width apart. Kneel and place the bar directly under the shoulders. Brace the abdominals and hold throughout the exercise. Roll the barbell away from you, as far as you can with good form. Do not let your hips drop below neutral or you risk a lower back injury. Your goal is to elongate your body until you are parallel to the floor. Return to the starting position by contracting your abs, folding your body in half. Do not over compensate by using your shoulders to return to the starting position. Repeat. Perform 3 sets of 8-25 reps. This exercise targets your abs primarily and your shoulders, triceps and lower back secondarily.