In this exercise, you will not only strengthen your abdominals, but also the stabilizing muscles that reside deeper in your core.
In addition to working your midsection, the front bridge also engages your glutes, entire back, shoulders, chest, and deep core stabilizers.
This exercise targets your abdominals, obliques, hip stabilizers, and buttocks.
In addition to working your abdominals, the boat pose also strengthens your hip flexors, quadriceps, and spinal stabilizers.
This variation of the side plank strengthens core muscles, including the obliques, hip stabilizers, and abdominals.
This exercise will strengthen all your abdominal muscles, but it will particularly target your obliques.
This abdominal exercise focuses predominantly on the back, including the spinal stabilizers, glutes, and hamstrings.
This core exercise focuses predominantly on the back, targeting the spinal stabilizers, glutes, and hamstrings.
This exercise targets the obliques, hip flexors, and buttocks.
This full-body move will set your arms and legs on fire in addition to your core.
It is an effective exercise for the abdominals, obliques, lower back, and hip flexors.
They tone and strengthen the buttocks, hamstrings, spinal stabilizers, and lower abdominals.