2 Must Do Core Exercises

To all of my American friends, I would like to wish you all a Happy Fourth of July.

After you’ve had a chance to enjoy and celebrate Independence Day, give the 2 exercises below a go.

Enjoy!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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What’s up guys? Andrew Raposo here. This video goes out to Rick and his readers at ExercisesForInjuries.com.

Today, I am going to show you two core training exercises that when combined together will speed up your core training results.

2 Must Do Core Exercises

 

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I am going right into the exercises.

#1 – Long Plank Armpit Touches

Start in a push up position, bracing your abs nice and tight. Walk your way out (which I called the long plank position), with your hands stretched above your head. Brace your abs nice and tight, preventing your hips from moving side to side, and then touch your opposite armpit.

Long Plank Armpit Touches

Long Plank Armpit Touches

With this exercise, aim for 10 reps on each side. You can make it more challenging by walking your hands further above your head, or you can make it easier by walking in closer.

#2 – Soft Planks with Gliders

You will need a pair of gliders or you can also use a towel on a slippery surface. Start in a plank position on your forearms. Brace your abs tight and maintain alignment from your head to toes. Slide back and forth with the gliders.

Soft Planks with Gliders

Soft Planks with Gliders

Aim for 10 reps. If you want to make this exercise harder, you can slide further out. To make it easier, you can shorten the range of motion.

Those are two exercises that when combined together will speed up your core training results and will give you hard rock abs. You can put them at the end of your training routine or you can even do them on an off day. Enjoy these two exercises and I will see you guys later.

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Andrew Raposo