Four Ways to Train Your Core

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4 WAYS YOU SHOULD BE TRAINING YOUR CORE -by Champion strength coach @kieferlammi?????????? -?????????? There are a million different exercises to train your abs/core/trunk/whateveryouwanttocallit. Regardless of which you choose, in my mind there are 4 staple ways that I think belong in every training program:?????????? -?????????? 1??Anti-Extension – These consist mainly of plank variations, Rollouts, Fallouts, etc.?????????? 2??Anti-Rotation – The anti-rotation press or "Pallof Press" is the most popular of this category and can be done from a variety of stances with a variety of tools.?????????? 3??Anti-Lateral Flexion – Side planks and unilateral load carries are king here, but this would include anything resisting side bend.?????????? 4??Anti-Flexion – Loaded carries and Deadlifts are the top two in my mind, but anything where you have to work to avoid rounding forward will do.?????????? -?????????? What are your staples? Anything I'm missing? Disagree? Comment below!?????????? -?????????? -?????????? -?????????? – ?????????? #abs #abtraining #sixpackabs #coretraining #planks #backpain #lowbackpain #fittip #fitnesstip #fitness #fitspo #fitnessinspiration #coachingcues #strengthcoach #personaltraining #sportsperformance #powerlifting #weightlifting #bodybuilding #crossfit #squat #bench #deadlift #hypertrophy #workout #strength #strengthtraining #workout? .? ? Want to train with Champion online or in person? Link in bio!

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Pilates: Hip Internal and External Rotation

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Yoga: Internal, External Rotation

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Multi-joint movement can be an intense brain workout, but listen to how your limbs want to move as you switch between internal and external rotation in the legs. You'll do both sides and spin around yourself on the mat—don't get dizzy, but rather feel centered and strong in your pelvis! @measpinner #practiceplay #silentdancecenter #iyengaryoga #jointplay #stabilitymobilityplayground

Posted by Carrie Owerko on Monday, January 21, 2019

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