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Recently I started last step of leg raises (trying not to move my lower back and keep streight legs and nice form) from convict conditioning and only problem I had was a bit pain or discomfort in lower back which is almost gone after few times I done leg raises, but I do not have problem with swinging. I did lot of leg raises with slightly bent knees (something between knee raises and normal straight leg raises) which is easier so you can focus more on shoulder and lats which help you with stability, anyway best thing to prevent swinging is slower controled reps. From start your muscles may not be used to leg raises and nody need some time to adapt and help with swinging, also keep your shoulders tight, put them down and back so they are in stable safe position.

 

Dont have many experience and knowlage about levers, Im just slowly trying this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3EwjmqsPnw progresion. Even second step is pretty hard for me and cant do it properly.