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... For core exercises, go to the library and check out any books on Pilates or Core strength. Better yet, see if they have any videos to check out so you can actually watch someone do the exercises properly. ... (6 replies)
... Anyone know of any good exercises for building up strength in the abdominal area and the core as I am rather weak in that area and find some exercises a bit hard and I would like to start off strengthening up the muscles in that area. ... (7 replies)
... You are being wise on strenghtening your core. Although my core is somewhat weak considered to others it is considerably stronger than it used to be. I do alot of ab work. ... (7 replies)

... Pilates all the way! It's great for the core and I don't find pilates too challening. Some of the workout dvd's I bought seemed a little too easy for me. My favorites are by Denise Austin. I didn't really care for Winsor pilates although it's popular. I'd give it a shot... ... (7 replies)
... Cut calories at the same time, and focus on cardio and core exercises. ... (12 replies)
... If that's the case, do exercises where you are keeping your lower back on the ground. ... (7 replies)
... I am in the mean time trying to do little exercises on the ground where I suck my stomach in for about 10 seconds to just start strengthening the abdominals. ... (7 replies)
... Also look for basic Pilates exercises. (7 replies)
Cardio question
Jan 21, 2011
... The adductors and abductors in the thighs are muscles that are fairly easy to "overgrow" even in women. ... (9 replies)
Stomach muscles
Apr 5, 2009
... ession as well. My abs definitely flattened out and I got rid of some of that tricky fat! I also felt it was a good way to relax. Now, I can say there were a few exercises I had to change... ... (3 replies)
... Also another good one is to get on all fours so like a crawling position and then try and hold your core which is your lower back and stomach muscles in a neutral position and hold for about 5 to 10 seconds and then do it again. ... (3 replies)
... 1. Do not measure your progress solely by weight or BMI. If you exercise, you may gain muscle, which would cause your weight to increase, or mask the effects of fat loss if you just look at the scale. But muscle gain is healthy, so you should not avoid it. You may want to consider tracking your waistline at navel level as a way of measuring progress. For good health, it... (6 replies)
... You said rest repairs the muscle, so I have to rest every other day. Basically I do these exercises 3 days a week and the other 4 days, are resting and walking? ... (10 replies)
... which is amazing. I am so impressed that I felt I had to share this secret with the world. I guess the secret is that the ball trains all your core muscles. ... (1 replies)
... Its sounds great. Especially since you are mixing things up. Its easy to get bored doing the same old routine all the time. Try and incorporate more weight resistance training while at the gym. ... (3 replies)
... abdominals is good, but you may want to add additional exercises to strengthen the rest of your body. For the best strength training effect, lift heavier weights. ... (3 replies)
... I haven't seen it, but if you want to work your abs, there are a lot of exercises for that which require no more equipment than your living room rug, or possibly a chair. ... (1 replies)
... If you do a plank and your lower back starts hurting, just switch to downward dog which is the lower back stretch. When I first started pilates, I couldn't hold a plank as long as the others for your very reason. Just keep doing it. It'll get better. (7 replies)
... I have been trying those lately. At work I would occasionally suck my stomach in for 30 seconds and then let go hoping that that will hel[p with building some strength within my adbominal area. I am also trying it on the ground like you have said and I think so far so good, I will just keep on doing them and see if I notice an improvement soon enough. (7 replies)
... e building any more muscle at this stage. However you might want to cut back on all the ab exercises. That is an awful lot of ab work and you may have built more core muscle there than you want, which might be keeping your waist a little thicker than it needs to be. ... (5 replies)


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