Abs. I hate that term. Core. Not a huge fan of that one either. It’s easy to get mesmerized by the latest promises of washboard stomachs and all of the blond twenty-something girls that supposedly come with them. Six-pack abs might be sexy, but they don’t always mean you’re fit or healthy.
The qualities of a ripped midsection depend upon three factors: metabolic conditioning (cardio), diet and genetics. What I’m saying here is that you could get the aesthetics of a six-pack without any direct ab work.
If it makes you sleep better at night, do crunches until your heart’s happy. But my personal favorite (and most effective) exercises for trunk stability and strength are as follows:
The 6 Best Exercises For Your Abs And Core…
After changing his best friend’s life by helping him lose over 70lbs, dropping him down to an amazing 7% body fat, Terry was inspired to be a full-time internet trainer knowing he could do the same for many more. In 2010, Terry published his own diet and fitness e-book that can be purchased on this website. Let Terry help you change your body for the better!
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