Are V-ups hard? If this is you, don’t worry—V ups are tough! Not only do they take quite a bit of abdominal strength to do correctly, they also require coordination and the ability to synchronize the movement of the arms and legs—something easier said than done.
Are V-ups good for abs? Albert Matheny, R.D., C.S.C.S., co-founder of SoHo Strength Lab and advisor to Promix Nutrition says he recommends v-ups over situps when it comes to building up an overall toned stomach. That’s because v-ups are better for targeting all your abs muscles, including your lower abs and obliques.
What muscles does V-ups work? The V-Up is a full-body move that works your core, legs, back and shoulders. The exercise is beloved by fitness fanatics for its ability to work the upper and lower abdominal muscles simultaneously. A V-Up involves sitting on the floor or a mat and positioning the body in the shape of the letter “V.