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Five Great Core Exercises

Exercising your core muscles is fundamental to your overall health and fitness. Your main muscle goals are rectus abdominis, internal / external obliques and transversus abdominis.

The stomach problems is a well-known exercise for core strength. Lie on your back with your knees bent, then contract your abdominal muscles to lift your shoulders from the ground towards your knees. Hold for two seconds then slowly lower your shoulders back to the starting position. Repeat at least 20 times.

The bridge is another great exercise to control your abdominal muscles. Lie on your back with your knees bent, then bring your hips to the floor until your hips are joined to your knees and shoulders. Hold this position for three seconds, then lower your hips back to the starting position. Repeat ten times this time.

Torso Round is another way to increase core strength. Lie on your back with your knees bent and your hands stretched out on the floor. With your shoulders on the floor, slowly bend your knees to the left as far as they are comfortable. You need to feel your muscles, but no pain. Hold this for three seconds and then get your knees back in position. Repeat this to the right, then repeat the cycle of the left and right ten times.

His arms / legs are changing is a great exercise for the back. Lying in front of you with your arms extended in front of you. Lift your left arm from the shoulder, and your right leg from the waist as far as they can go. Hold them in this position for 5 seconds and then lower them to the starting position. Repeat this with your right arm and left foot. Do this ten more times. An easier way to do this is to simply lift your left arm for 5 seconds, then lower it, then move to the right arm, left foot and right foot.

The boards excellent for working the transversus abdominis, a muscle that has been largely neglected in terms of exercise. Lean in front of you and place your elbows on the floor below your shoulders. Position your toes on the floor with the width of the waist and with the back straight, lift your body off the floor and pull your belly up towards your spine. Hold the board for 30 to 60 seconds.

Relax and rest your body on the floor. This can be repeated 4 or 5 times.

These five exercises will definitely be your core.


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