Why Exercising Your Core is a MustBy fitnessroar - 2 February 2020
Your core is literally the core of your body and exercising your core is the only way to good health! A weak core leads to the problems like lower back pain, poor posture, bad balance, and weakness. Core exercises help in tackling these problems. It also trains your muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips, and abdomen to work in synchronization. Here are the 5 exercises which can help you in getting strong core:-
Reverse Plank Leg Lifts
To perform this exercise, you need to lie face-up and put your weight on your elbows and heels. Uplift your hips and then lift your right leg up. Hold for some seconds. Switch legs. Keep switching your legs after 30 to 60 seconds without allowing your hips to touch the ground.
For performing Bicycle exercise, you should follow the given instructions:-
Firstly, lie on your back and bend your right knee.
Lift your right leg and make your right shin parallel to the ground.
After that, uplift your left leg and hold for 2-3 seconds.
Then, move your legs alternatively for 30 to 60 seconds.
Advanced planks are the refined planks which work your core! TO do one, get in a plank position and form a straight line from your head to feet. Uplift your body and then lift your left leg and right arm. Hold for some seconds and then switch your side. Keep doing this exercise for 30 to 60 seconds.
In marching bridge exercise, you need to lie on the ground and raise your hips with the help of right foot and extend your left leg in the upward direction after lifting it up. Hold for some seconds and switch your legs while keeping your hips up in the air.
Side Plank Leg Raises
To perform side plank exercise, get into the side-plank position and then lift your hips with the help of your right elbow. After that, form a straight line from ankles to shoulders and raise your left leg without bending your knee. Hold for some seconds without dropping your hips. Switch your side and raise your right leg after taking your hips in the air with the help of left elbow.
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