The Ab King Pro is a product designed to help you exercise your abdominal muscles. The device is comprised of a hinged bench, a handlebar and a set of resistance springs; the bench and handlebar support you during a workout, while the springs determine the difficulty of the exercise performed. The individual pieces of the Ab King Pro are held together by special locking pins, and, as such, the assembly process is very straightforward.
Turn the device upside down and place it on the floor. Grip the front leg and pull it upward until it unfolds completely. Insert a locking pin into the hole on the side of the leg. Return the device to an upright position.
Reach under the long cushion and lift it upright until it comes to a rest on its hinges. Fit the connector end of the square pipe onto the frame. Align the holes on the connector with those on the frame. Secure the pipe in place by inserting a locking pin through the holes. Lower the long cushion back into place.
Insert the left and right side pipes into the round holes on the frame. Insert locking pins to secure each side pipe in place.
Lift the handlebar and align it over the ends of the side pipes. Insert the right side pipe into the opening on the right end of the handlebar. Rotate the handlebar until you are able to fit the left end onto the left side pipe. Insert a locking pin into the hole at one end of the handlebar, then tighten the buckle located on the opposite side.
Fit the bracket end of the ankle support over the square pipe located underneath the seat. Align the holes on the bracket with those on the pipe. Insert a locking pin through the holes until the bracket is properly secured.
Sit down on the seat and recline backward. Lift your arms up and grip the handlebar. Keep your feet on the floor with your ankles behind the ankle support bar.
Use your abdominal muscles to lift your torso to a seated position, then return to a reclined position. Perform one to two sets of eight to ten repetitions before proceeding.
Twist your body to the right and perform a side crunch by using your arms and abdominal muscles to lift your torso upward and then return to a reclined position. Perform one to two sets of eight to ten repetitions, then twist your body to the left and repeat the exercise for an additional one to two sets.