Today’s all abs workout is on the advanced side for those of you ready to pick it up to the next level of challenge. This is a belly lifter and core buster today! All about the scoop and the lift, flattening the stomach and drawing up and in. We continue with firing up the inner thighs while connecting to the pelvic floor and the transverse abdominal muscle (your corset muscle, and more importantly spine stabilizer).
➡️ Remember our rule! IF you do not have the Chair OR if class level is too much today, simply choose a prior workout in our program to repeat so you can remain consistent and don’t skip a day.👍🏼
Intermediate – advanced. Suggestions given for modifications when needed.
The Course of this Class :
Class today is more on the advanced side because of lots of planks and pikes and certain challenging positions. Try it even if you aren’t sure and if it is too much, go to a prior workout. What you can expect is a wild and crazy ride, we try some fun and funky things. You can also expect to see the handstand exercise on the chair; your hamstring 3 both front and side variations; as well as some pushing and walking planks. Though some of the variations might get a little wild, keep your focus steady on the quality of your movement and engaging and moving from center outward. If you can have the ball it will really help to give your body that tactile cue of where to engage from. All of our moves focus on the scoop of the abdominal wall, so these are great exercises to combating that doming of belly pooch.
See you in 2 days for our final workout of this week 7, it’s gonna be a good one!
Drop me a comment below to let me know how you liked class 👇🏼
An all abs workout from start to finish. Increasing in fitness level by increasing the challenge within the exercises and the entirety of class. Establish a strong belly scoop, important for core engagement, power and strength. Tone, tighten and strengthen. Increase core strength and stabilization. Commit to a weekly program 3x/week. Improve stamina.
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