We all yearn for the slim and exclusive six pack, strong core is now always in the media and rightly so.
Think of your core muscles as the sturdy central link in a chain connecting your upper and lower body. Whether you’re hitting a tennis ball or mopping the floor, the necessary motions either originate in your core, or move through it.
No matter where motion starts, it ripples upward and downward to adjoining links of the chain. Thus, weak or inflexible core muscles can impair how well your arms and legs function. And that saps power from many of the moves you make. Properly building up your core cranks up the power. A strong core also enhances balance and stability. Thus, it can help prevent falls and injuries during sports or other activities. In fact, a strong, flexible core underpins almost everything you do.
Im a massive fan of planks, they work the front and rear core so well. Keep your back straight, butt level , head up and count steadily.
Work the picture abs to the left daily, as it says. Whatever you start with, increase it daily on the shred.