A lot of people have been asking me how to improve their adonis belt and what types of exercises they should do. So I figured I'd write a blog on what I did and currently do to improve my "V". The right side of my "V" was non existent until I really started focusing on it. This is what I did and currently do.
I always start my ab routine with some form of leg raises. I use the priority method and start with them first so I'll be strongest in doing my exercises for the "V". I always keep the reps in the 8 - 12 rep range. I go heavy because I want to increase the size of that muscle. I started out doing leg raises on the floor with a weight in between my feet. As I got stronger, I would increase the weight. I always do four sets. I eventually progressed into hanging leg raises and that's what I do now. I raise my legs straight into the air until they are pointing to the roof and slowly lower them. I'm not to the point of adding any extra weight yet, but hopefully soon. Probably during my next bulk cycle. Sometimes I'll throw in the leg raises where your partner (if you have one) pushes down on your legs everytime you reach the top position and you must resist the push on the way down...those burn like crazy! They are pretty much negatives for your adonis belt. I also switch it up occasionally and add different intensity building techniques to the exercises like drop sets, super sets, and some other techniques out there. Now, leg raises primarily work your hip muscles, but I personally, feel it right in the "V" and I have noticed a big difference in my own "V" after ephasizing the exercises I just wrote about. The time it took to write this will be worth it if this helps even one person out there. Feel free to post any techniques or exercises that have helped you out also. I love to learn new ways of doing things.