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quick workout 5-16-12

burpees: 40

bicycle crunches (left to right and back to left is 1): 150

scissor kicks (same as crunches l to r and back is 1): 70

uumm.. ankle grabbing crunches (knees bent feet on the floor, touch your feet side to side): 100

plank: 1 minute

right side plank :1 minute

left side plank: 1 min

 scissor planks: 40..them bitches are awkward

push ups: 20 :( .. i hate push ups and i really need to make myself do more

summer is so close… get your abs in shape!!!

summer is so close… get your abs in shape!!!

good day

good day

consectatio-excellentiae:

Why core strength is important:
Ultimate Agility!Developed core muscles help you react faster and stronger, and let your body distribute stress evenly and absorb shock effectively. Athletes who give these muscles proper attention will reap enhanced balance, body awareness, coordination, and flexibility.Dominant Power!The most effective exercises for developing power, such as deadlifts and squats, require a strong core to stabilize and protect the lower back. Conditioning the deep core muscles gives you the foundation needed to lift more weight with less risk of injury.Perfect Posture!The more centered your spine is in relation to the rest of your body, the more erect you’ll sit and stand. Strong lower-back and abdominal muscles help you run with proper technique, sustain a long commute, even sit at a desk all day. Clothes fit better, and you appear taller, slimmer, and more confident.Long-Term Weight Loss!Developing your core helps you perform daily tasks with less effort and fatigue. This means you’ll have more energy to burn in the gym or on the field, and less time on the sidelines from early exhaustion or injury.

consectatio-excellentiae:

Why core strength is important:


Ultimate Agility!
Developed core muscles help you react faster and stronger, and let your body distribute stress evenly and absorb shock effectively. Athletes who give these muscles proper attention will reap enhanced balance, body awareness, coordination, and flexibility.

Dominant Power!
The most effective exercises for developing power, such as deadlifts and squats, require a strong core to stabilize and protect the lower back. Conditioning the deep core muscles gives you the foundation needed to lift more weight with less risk of injury.

Perfect Posture!
The more centered your spine is in relation to the rest of your body, the more erect you’ll sit and stand. Strong lower-back and abdominal muscles help you run with proper technique, sustain a long commute, even sit at a desk all day. Clothes fit better, and you appear taller, slimmer, and more confident.

Long-Term Weight Loss!
Developing your core helps you perform daily tasks with less effort and fatigue. This means you’ll have more energy to burn in the gym or on the field, and less time on the sidelines from early exhaustion or injury.