The workout doesn’t prioritize a specific muscle group in the core, but rather aims for overall development. That is why we have crunches, raises, stability and static movements.
Oblique Focus Core Workout
This featured article presents a core workout that is entirely super focused on the obliques muscle group. Workout starts off warming up the abdominal area in the beginning. and in the latter stages would primarily engage the obliques muscle groups.
Core Strength Workout
This workout, designed for intermediate and advanced athletes, is built out of a variety of exercises that help strengthen up the core, which is essentially what keeps us balanced during most exercises.
Core Condition Workout
This core conditioning workout is perfect for everyone. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced, you can make perfect use of this particular workout. Even if this specific number of sets and reps is too easy or too hard, with a few tweaks you can give yourself a hell of a workout!
Core Blaster Workout
Briefly explained- We start off with a crunch movement to prep and warm up the abdominal area and then we move on to more complex exercises that target the surrounding muscles as well. In the middle of the workout, we have 3 sets for the lower back, after which we transition to the last 2 exercises, which are rather static and help you improve balance.