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Build a Better Core
- Updated: July 3, 2016
The most popular word amongst fitness enthusiasts has become ‘core.’ In the past, we used to just say work you abdominal and lower back muscles, but now they have a fancy term for everything, so why not this?
But it boils down to the same thing once you get your ass in the gym and it actually has shed some more light on that area of the body, too. When performing pretty much any movement for any body part, you can tighten your…dare I say it…core muscles. And this will have a profound effect on your appearance. As a matter of fact, there is a large group of folks that do not even need to do any exercises isolating their abs and still have a well-defined six-pack. (lucky bastards!) All because they are cognizant and use these muscles as stabilizers when doing something unrelated.
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Let’s take a look at some of the more common movements that do work these all-important core muscles.
*Hanging leg raises
*Stiffed-leg dead lifts
*Lower back machine
MORE CORE (AS A SECONDARY MUSCLE GROUP) MOVEMENTS
*Standing barbell shoulder press