The term core muscles is defined as a group of muscles around the pelvis and trunk. Namely, core muscles include the muscles in the abdomen, lower back, hips, and pelvis. These muscles are responsible for supporting the spine and keeping optimal balance.
If you sit for long periods of time during the day, you should strengthen your core muscles. This is actually more important to your overall health than you think. Keep in mind that strengthening your core helps support your spine and prevent pain and poor posture triggered by sitting all day long. It can also help enhance the overall posture of your body, prevent injuries, alleviate lower back pain, and enhance your overall athletic performance.
That’s not all, it can also help you get rid of your stubborn belly fat.
Also, you will help yourself in the everyday tasks such as lifting, bending, picking up something and many other. So, do not wait and start some training at the very moment.
This first workout will take you less than 5 minutes for one circuit because of the simple exercises. If you feel like you can do more, complete the entire routine one time more.
Exercise – 10 Skyscrapers, per side
Exercise – 10 Windshield Wipers, per side
Exercise – 36 Army Crawls steps
This day includes more challenging workout that can take less than 5 minutes. You can perform one more round if you feel like you can do some extra challenge.
Exercise – 15 Breakdancer, per side
Exercise – Skydiver, hold in that position for half a minute
Exercise – 10 Dead Bug repetitions
Exercise – 10 Thread the Needle, per 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 – 6 Crab Kicks into Superman, per side
Exercise – 10 Star Leg Raise, per side
Exercise – 10 Side V-ups, per side
Exercise – 10 Over/Unders, per side