Sunday, August 19, 2018

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One of the main reasons you aren’t seeing the results you want in the gym could be because you aren’t training your core enough. It isn’t called “the core” for nothing. It sustains the balance and strength of the entire body. The stronger it is, the stronger you’ll become in all other exercises. And you’ll not only get the coveted six-pack, you’ll also see yourself becoming stronger and more muscular in every part of your body.

In this article, we present to you 7 simple movements which will give you a stable and strong midsection. Some of the exercises are done on your knees; when you eliminate the feet and legs from keeping you stable, you are forced to work your core harder, which will have a great impact on your abs.

Incorporate these movements into your training regimen and you’ll see really fast results in the form of a flatter stomach, shrinking waist, more endure and more muscle which translated into more calories and fat being burned.

Always remember to keep the abdominal muscles tight and engaged throughout the movements to get the most benefit.

 

  1. Kneeling Triceps pushback

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This is a movement which is practiced a lot in Pilates and yoga and it uses the core to extend and contract the legs and arms.

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Get down on the floor on your hands and knees and keep the palms flat on the floor at a shoulder-width. Relax the core in a way that the lower back and abs are in a natural position. Brace the abs and raise the right arm and left leg until the form a straight line with the body. Hold that position for 5-10 seconds and then go back to the starting position. Brace the abs and raise the right arm and left leg until they form a straight line with your body. Hold the position for 5-10 seconds. Then go back to the starting position. Repeat the same movement with the left arm and right leg.
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