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Do The Standing Crunch For A Supernova Core

As you might know, almost all the strength you posses comes directly from your core. That being said, it’s easy to comprehend why core exercises are so important and why exercising your core is so damn hard. But fear not, ...

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A Static Exercise For A Fluid Core

Many believe that building your core strength necessarily means you have to work you ass off in the gym. Although most core-empowering exercises are pretty stressful on the muscles and require a certain dose of strength and stamina, there is ...

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Core Strength – Effective Exercises You Didn’t Know About (Part 1)

So far in our Core Strength series we’ve talked about how lower back muscles are just as important as strong abs, we’ve mentioned how crucial midsection is for deadlifting, and how paramount your spinal area actually is. Now we are ...

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Core Strength – All The Heavy Lifting

As we already mention in the previous article, strong core doesn’t only mean visible and hot six-pack. In order to develop a solid foundation for a stronger body, one needs to pay attention to the other side of the “core ...

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Core Strength – The Importance Of Strong Lower Back

String core is not just visible and hot six-pack. In order to develop a solid foundation for a stronger body, one needs to pay attention to the other side of the “core medal”, and that is powerful lower back as ...

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Target Your Weaknesses With The Overhead Squat

The squat is the ultimate core-building exercise. It directly impacts your core strength and will put the more pressure on your upper body than any other exercise. Buy Weight Training Equipment here For today, we wanted to bring to our ...

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Building That Core Strength – Brutal Exercises (Part 2)

No matter if you are an experienced athlete or an average Joe of bodybuilding, poor core strength is always the issue. The general problem with modern “core training” lies in the fundamental misunderstanding of what it really takes to achieve ...

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