Your High Powered Ab Workout

Your High Powered Ab Workout

Your ab workout should start with core training. Whereas abdominal crunches only work your muscles in a single direction, core training involves the stabilizer muscles in both your back and abdominal area. Crunches can’t touch most of those secret stabilizers.

A good core training program works on lots of different muscle groups: upper back, lower back, the butt muscles, hips, inner and outer thighs, and hamstrings. A well-rounded program can even go a long way toward helping you get rid of lingering or recurring back pain.

It targets muscles all up and down your abs and your back. With Fe to help support the entire length of your spine and placing serious emphasis on posture, your body won’t have to work as hard to maintain its proper alignment.

In any ab workout, the proper form is essential. Make a point of keeping your ab muscles tight and your back as straight as possible. If, at any point, you feel your back starting to arch or if you experience any spinal discomfort (usually in the lumbar area), stop and rest awhile.

You can always resume your exercise routine later. Don’t over-extend yourself in terms of either range of motion or if you are bone weary. That is precisely when injuries are most likely to occur.

Remember that the purpose is to strengthen your body’s core and that’s not possible if you cheat on the form. If you have access to a full-length mirror, try to arrange a way to exercise in front of it so you can keep an eye on your form moment-to-moment. There’s a reason ballet studios have wall-to-wall mirrors.

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