I ended up with the same thing from the crunchless core workout. I have a mat but didn't use it. Thought the carpet would be enough padding. Wrong! Next time I'll use the mat and probably the folded up towel idea.
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Question: Did anyone else experience a nasty rug burn from any of the videos?
I am using a rug (not a mat) and regular cotton exercise clothing. After doing the crunchless video, I noticed a soreness that I am guessing came from the V-shape position leg raises. You can guess as to where the rug burn is located.
I am bummed because I need to solve the problem before doing the video again. Did I do it wrong? Is the rug a bad idea? Should I switch to being completely on my back instead of in a V-shape?
I would like to avoid this and any other sports injury in the future. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
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