Simple Dumbbell Core Workout

I hope you had a great weekend.

It has been a wonderful weekend with the family. Saturday was a chill day at the house and then Sunday we headed to the waterslides.

It has been so long since I have gone there that I forgot how much fun it was. I have to make sure I go more often.

Okay, today, I have a workout for you.

Enjoy!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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In this video, I wanted to go through a Simple Dumbbell Core Workout.

It involves three exercises and in each exercise you will do two moves.

Simple Dumbbell Core Workout

 

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I am going to have Orsy demonstrate.

#1 – Dumbbell Press Overhead

Go through a regular squat. As you straighten up, press overhead.

Dumbbell Press Overhead (front view)

Dumbbell Press Overhead (front view)

Squat down and then press up.

Dumbbell Press Overhead (side view)

Dumbbell Press Overhead (side view)

#2 – Bent Over Row into a T

Row, move into a T exercise, then return back to the starting position. Again, row, T exercise, and back to start. Do it one more time.

Bent Over into a T

Bent Over into a T

#3 – Push Up into a Row

Go into a push up movement, then row, push up, and then row on the opposite side.

Push Up into a Row

Push Up into a Row

Start off with 5 repetitions of each exercise and see how you feel. This really targets your core and the joints and muscles that are stabilizing your core. If this becomes too easy, then you can increase to 2, 3 or 4 rounds in order to challenge your core more.

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Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS