If you had to guess, what would you say is the most important part of the body to train? Would you say legs, back, chest, or something else?
After working in the industry for over 10 years and being ranked one of the top 50 sports coaches in the world I know what the most important part of the body to train is….
It would have to be the CORE…
Core exercises isolate the muscles in the lower back, pelvis, abdominals, and hips to work in harmony together. Ultimately, this leads to better balance and stability whether you are throwing a baseball or bending down to pick up something from the ground….
A HUGE perk of core exercises is they don’t require gym equipment or a membership to a gym. You can literally perform them in the comforts of your own home!
How cool is that?
Today, I am showcasing a more advanced core exercise that is just awesome. If you are ready for it give it a try… If not, make sure you listen closely for the easier modification.
My clients LOVE this exercise as it strengthens the entire body while also getting the heart rate up!! You’ll kill two birds with one stone.
Go out and give it a try and let me know how it works for you!