To achieve six-pack perfection, you need to understand and develop the collection of muscles that make up your ‘Core’. Your Core doesn’t just look great, it helps stabilize your spine in a 360-degree technique. It also transfers energy between your upper and lower body. Controlling your Core to avoid flexion or extension is known as Isometric Stability. The exercises associated
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To achieve six-pack perfection, you need to understand and develop the collection of muscles that make up your ‘Core’. Your Core doesn’t just look great, it helps stabilize your spine in a 360-degree technique. It also transfers energy between your upper and lower body. What I am trying to help you understand is that you must train and nurture your
Wide-Legged Standing Forward Fold is a calming forward bend that stretches the hamstrings and back. There are several arm variations and other modifications available, making this a suitable pose for yoga students of all levels! Practicing Prasarita Padottanasana on a regular basis can keep your hamstrings and low back flexible, and your mind calm and serene. The more you are able to relax in
Do you deal with recurring neck tension or upper back pain? A stiff neck and neck pain can be caused by weak muscles. The result is stiff muscles in your neck and shoulders, pain and even limit mobility. The main reason for neck tension and pain is often a lack of mobility of the thoracic spine. The thoracic spine is
This bodyweight circuit is quick, but tough. If there’s one thing we know about working out, it’s that the routines definitely don’t have to be long to be tough—and the proof is right here! Don’t let self-isolation hold you back from your summer body! It’s important to take the time to stay physically and mentally fit and healthy. Here’s a full-body
I Only Have A Backpack To Train With, Will This Build Muscle? Add Weight To The Bag And You’re All Set To Grow!
If you’re self-isolating at home, well done! But just because you are indoors, doesn't mean you can't train and maintain your gains. By using simple household items, you can still workout and get those gains. If you don’t have weights at home: Use a loaded internal-frame backpack for resistance to help build strength. Weighted backpack workouts are great for building
While many people choose gym memberships, equipment and supplements, there are also those who like to keep it simple – perform bodyweight exercises at home! In this article, we’d like to encourage you to stop worrying and simply go back to the basics. If you do these exercises every day, you’ll start seeing improvements in your waistline size and overall
Heading to the gym for a bit of cardio usually means jumping on the treadmill, spending a bit of time on the bike or setting 20 minutes on the Cross-trainer timer. But what about the dusty, forgotten machine that sits hiding in the corner? The rowing machine! The rowing machine is probably the least used piece of equipment at the
One of the big questions is “just how long should my training sessions last?” While they are likely to vary based on individual factors, the intensity of the training and so on, there are a few good rules you can follow. Am I working out enough? The problem is that all newbie’s are very enthusiastic about making progress fast. And
Try this quick and effective body-weight high-intensity interval training routine, whenever you are short on time but want a great workout with no equipment needed. Dynamic body-weight exercises help develop functional strength and recruit more muscles to perform the movement compared with an exercise like a bicep curl. Set an interval timer for 30 seconds of work and 20 seconds