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Let’s discuss Insanity and your core.
Abs cable twist. Grasp stirrup from shoulder height cable pulley with both hands. Step and turn lower body away from pulley until near arm is horizontal and straight. Position feet wide apart facing away from pulley. Bend knees of both legs slightly. Place far hand over other hand or interlace fingers.
Keeping arms straight, rotate torso to opposite side until cable makes contact with shoulder. Return to original position and repeat. Continue with opposite side.
This exercise will build strength and power in the core and oblique. This will be a part of a total body workout.
Decline plank. With the feet close together on top of the BOSU dome, place the elbows on the ground underneath the shoulders with the hand in fists. Squeeze the muscles of the stomach and glute. And keep the body in a straight line from head to heels. Hold this position for the desired amount of time.
After this upper body exercise helps maintain the proper rigid body position requiring a fair amount of strength and stability through the entire core, legs and back.
Abs crunch on stability ball. Lie on an exercise ball with your lower back curvature pressed against the spherical surface of the ball. Your feet should be bent at the knee and pressed firmly against the floor. The arms should either be kept alongside the body or crossed on top of your chest as these positions avoid neck strains.
Caution: Perform this exercise slowly and deliberately as it takes time some getting used to it.
This helps increase the lower back strength support the spine, promote better posture and prevent lower back injury. Allow abs to do the work.
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