Did you know it takes quater of a million crunches to strip away a pound of fat from your mid section. Wow! Hardly seems worth the effort right? You here so many do and donts when it come to core training. Here are 3 basic guidelines that governs the core work I and my clients do.
End your week with a bang and empty the tank with these 2 lower body finishers.
20 sec work/10 sec rest advanced or 10 sec work /20 sec rest intermed/ Beg. Alternate between the 2 exercises. 4 rounds of each for a total of 8 rounds.
1. Speed squats. 2. Front plank.
1. alternating side lunges 2. Side planks( alternating sides. 2 rounds on each side for 4 total)
Enjoy and have a great weekend!
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Crunched for time? Try this bodyweight circuit for anywhere anytime workout! A1 Jump Squats X10A2 Pushups X 10A3 Burpees X 10A4 Plank (Hold most difficult plank as long as possible)A5 Walking Lunges X10Rest :30 – Repeat for a total of 5 circuits
Great tip on squatting form Nick Nilsson. If you dont know who he is, you should.
When you're doing a barbell squat, the toughest point in the movement to maintain your form is
just as you're coming up out of the bottom (a.k.a. "the hole").
It's at this point where you may have a tendency to lean forward then rely on the lower back (and
If you know me at all, then you know I am a HUGE fan of core training. Why? Well, your core is your stability center. Your core enables you to move through life injury free. The core also tends to be the weakest area in most bodies! So, here is a simple, no equipment necessary core starter for your hump day Always warm up with a jog/walk and some trunk rotations.