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Core-strength exercises strengthen your core muscles, including your abdominal muscles, back muscles and the muscles around the pelvis. Strong core muscles make it easier to do many physical activities.

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It's Crunch Time! 2-Week Challenge to 100 Crunches

Transform Your Abs With This 2-Week Crunch Challenge

Show your abs some love and take our crunch challenge! Perfect for those new to strength training, the plan is short and sweet — it takes just a few

The Only Move You Need to Tone Your Entire Body

Tone Your Entire Body With These Plank Variations

Target your abs, arms, shoulders, back, and butt with these variations on the classic plank exercise. Add these moves to your next full-body workout.

Stability Ball Superset Core Workout

Stability Ball Superset Core Workout | Pumps & Iron

I’m back! Well, technically I was back yesterday, but I had scheduled that post ahead of time so I’m not counting it. Denver and Vail were amazing, but after five days of beer and bar food, I am more than ready to get back on the fitness grind (not that skiing isn’t a great workout). […]

The Top 5 Exercises You're Doing Wrong

The Top 5 Exercises You're Doing Wrong

You could be doing these common exercises incorrectly without even realizing it! Fix your form to boost your results and stay injury-free.

Im not looking for rock-solid abs or a 6-pack. I just want to keep my core strong enough to avoid another round of lower back  hip injuries...  la Womens Health

The 14-Minute Abs Workout That Will Transform Your Core In Weeks

It’s only four moves!

These 27 Workout Diagrams Are All You Need To Get In Shape This Summer

These 27 Workout Diagrams Are All You Need To Get In Shape This Summer

Thanks to the internet, you don't have to join a gym or subscribe to a billion fitness magazines to get fit.

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REVERSE CRUNCH w/SB: Lie on the ball on your stomach, with your feet touching the floor behind the ball. Lean forward until you touch the floor with your hands. Walk your hands away from the ball until you feel the ball reach your upper thighs. Keep your shoulders directly above your hands. Press your knees into the ball, as shown. Then use your abdominal muscles to bring your knees toward your chest. Hold for three deep breaths. Return to the start position and repeat.

REVERSE CRUNCH w/SB: Lie on the ball on your stomach, with your feet touching the floor behind the ball. Lean forward until you touch the floor with your hands. Walk your hands away from the ball until you feel the ball reach your upper thighs. Keep your shoulders directly above your hands. Press your knees into the ball, as shown. Then use your abdominal muscles to bring your knees toward your chest. Hold for three deep breaths. Return to the start position and repeat.

ABDOMINAL BALL RAISE w/SB:  Lie on your back and rest your legs on top of the ball with your legs about hip-width apart. Tighten your abdominal muscles and squeeze your legs together. Raise the ball off the floor, as shown. To protect your lower back, focus on pulling your bellybutton in toward your spine and keeping your abdominal muscles contracted. Hold for three deep breaths. Return to the start position and repeat.

ABDOMINAL BALL RAISE w/SB: Lie on your back and rest your legs on top of the ball with your legs about hip-width apart. Tighten your abdominal muscles and squeeze your legs together. Raise the ball off the floor, as shown. To protect your lower back, focus on pulling your bellybutton in toward your spine and keeping your abdominal muscles contracted. Hold for three deep breaths. Return to the start position and repeat.

PLANK: Lie on the ball on your stomach, with your feet touching the floor behind the ball. Lean forward until you touch the floor with your hands. Walk your hands away from the ball until you feel the ball reach your upper thighs, as shown. Keep your feet suspended above the floor while you balance on your hands and on the ball. Keep your shoulders directly above your hands. Hold for three deep breaths or as long as you can maintain your balance and form. Return to the start position and…

PLANK: Lie on the ball on your stomach, with your feet touching the floor behind the ball. Lean forward until you touch the floor with your hands. Walk your hands away from the ball until you feel the ball reach your upper thighs, as shown. Keep your feet suspended above the floor while you balance on your hands and on the ball. Keep your shoulders directly above your hands. Hold for three deep breaths or as long as you can maintain your balance and form. Return to the start position and…