The Plank Crawl works your core like the conventional plank but adds cardio and coordination. This full-body exercise will also target your shoulders, knees, and lower back!
The side plank is one of the easiest methods to engage your obliques, the two layers of muscle along your core. These muscles rotate your trunk and protect your spine.
The reverse crunch targets your "six-pack" rectus abdominis muscle. It's a basic workout that novices and fitness buffs can learn in minutes.
The boat stance strengthens the core. The legs and torso create a "V" in this stance. With the feet elevated, the body weight rests on the buttocks.
“Alligator drag.” Start arm-walking. Keep your weight on your toes and use only your arms to move. Even if you can just go a few inches, this is progress.
Situps are back-lifting abdominal workouts. They tone core-stabilizing abdominal muscles with your body weight. Situps engage your hip flexors, chest, neck, and rectus, transverse, and obliques.
Lunges strengthen leg muscles. The lunge works the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteal, and lower leg muscles.