Strength, balance, and functional fitness require a strong core. Performance, posture, injury prevention improve. Your gym routine should incorporate ab, back, hip core exercises.
Planks work numerous muscular groups at once. Start in a push-up posture with your palms flat on the floor
Engage your core muscles and keep your back flat for 30 seconds to a minute. As you improve, attempt side or forearm planks to stress your core.
Russian twists work your abdominal obliques. Kneel on the floor with your feet flat. Balance on your glutes and lean back.
Tap a medicine ball or weight plate on the floor while you spin your body. As core strength increases, increase repetitions to 10–15 per side.
Bicycle crunches work the abs. Lay on your back with your knees bent and hands gently supporting your head. Raise your shoulders and extend your right
leg with your right elbow near your left knee. Bring your left elbow to your right knee while extending your left leg. Core involvement and 10–15 reps per side.
Hanging leg raises work hip flexors and lower abs. Pull-up bar arms-out. Pull your legs to your chest. Lower gently. Core strength rises 8–10 repetitions.
You should focus on form and limit your reps when adding core workouts to your workout program. Try these workouts to notice results!