Numerous people confuse the term “core” and think it is the same as “abs”, but these are in fact quite different. The core is a larger term and involves the abs, glutes (butt), lower back muscles, and hips.
Therefore, training the core will improve the body posture, soothe lower back pain, boost your athletic performance, and help you prevent injuries.
The following exercise plan will do miracles for your body and belly fat!
This first workout includes three simple exercises and will take less than five minutes to complete one circuit. If you’re feeling ambitious, try doing the entire routine a second time through.
Exercise #1: Skyscrapers — 10 per side
Exercise #2: Windshield Wipers — 10 per side
Exercise #3: Army Crawls — 36 steps
This day includes 4 exercises that can be tense. They also last 5 minutes each. Repeat this routine two times.
The first exercise is called Breakdancer. Do 15 on each side.
The second exercise is called Skydiver. Stay in this position for 30 seconds.
The third exercise is called Dead Bug. Repeat it 10 times.
The fourth exercise is called Thread the Needle. Do 10 on each side.
Now it’s time for Day 3, our elite core workout!
This workout consists of four super-tough core exercises that are performed in a quick, six-minute circuit that will test every inch of your core strength.
Exercise #1: Crab kicks into Superman — 6 per side
Exercise #2: Star leg raise — 10 per side
Exercise #3: Side V-ups — 10 per side
Exercise #4: Over/unders — 10 per side