There are some exercises that you need to try before you realize how difficult they are and the L-Sit is undoubtedly one of them. Sure, it looks pretty harsh and you'll probably feel it's hard to lean on your hands, but only when you sit down on the floor and try to lift your body do you realize how absurdly heavy it is.  Once you're in the air, it will not be much easier, but we promise you that the benefits are worth the challenge. Keeping the L-shape while holding your body will train your muscles throughout the body, especially hitting your abdominals, hip flexors, and triceps. You will also look like an absolute stallion in the gym. The L-sit is also a very efficient exercise because holding just ten seconds brings great benefits.
Instructions for the L-Sit
Sit on the sides with your palms on the floor. Point your fingers forward and spread them as if you were trying to grab the ground. Support your legs, abdominal and gluteal muscles ̵
Gymnastic Rings L-Sit
The L-Sit is a Goal Move for anyone who trains with gymnastic rings. It works your arms, shoulders and core even more effectively than the standard L-Sit as you support your body on the unstable rings rather than on the ground, so your muscles have to work hard to hold the position
Begin Get into a diving position and support your body with straight arms and sides. Your legs should be stretched to the floor and your feet together. Lift your legs until they are parallel to the floor and keep them upright. You can lift one leg at a time or bend your knees to make the exercise easier.
This variant does not work like arms and shoulders like the classic L-Sit you hang at a bar instead of lifting you off the floor, but it will help you strengthen your core and make you L Sit or lift to the leg lift.
Hanging from a bar with one touch. Bend your knees and lift your legs until your thighs are parallel to the floor, hold for a second and then slowly lower them.
L-sit in elevated position
Performing the L-Sit on gymnastic rings or dips – also known as hanging the leg – is easier than on the floor, so you can better build up to the L-Sit around the L-shape on the bars or wrestling, first lift your body and then run your legs straight.
] This holding exercise is a great way to strengthen your abs to prepare for the L-Sit: Sit on the floor, lean back and lift your legs straight so that your body forms a V.
The Tuck Sit is another useful step on the way to full L-Sit. The exercise is mostly the same, but you bend your legs and bring your knees towards your chest. This makes your position more stable, making it easier to lift parts.