In my experience the best way to turn those flab's
by：Tanco Tire,Timax Tyre 2020-08-15
In boxing you are taught shield pad exercises, which means you are jumping from a crouch position over the shield pad and boxing into it, all the time ensuring your core muscles are 'switched on' so you can jump effectively and high enough so you don't fall flat on your face, in these exercises you are also taught to do high kicks and knee kicks while your partner walks away from you shielding themselves with the pad, this is great not only for the kicker but the person shielding as well, for both positions you need to have your core muscles focused so as to keep your balance to withhold either a kick, being kicked or kneed.
Another exercise that is great for the abdominal area is the plank, laying flat on your front, put your elbows in a 90 degree angle directly under your shoulders, lift your body so it is flat as a board or plank of wood, hence the name planking, keep your butt tucked in and your abs tight, ensure you are on your toes and elbows, keep your neck straight and in line with your back, now holding this position for 60 seconds is for the more experienced, if you can only hold it for 20 seconds that is fine but try to ensure every time you do this exercise you are increasing the amount of time you hold the pose, if you are finding this a little easy get someone to watch you to ensure you are straight or do it in front of a mirror to ensure the plank like position, if you are doing this correctly and want to go more experienced you can do the side plank which is, laying on your side ensuring you are straight all the way down, place your elbow at a 90 degree angle under your shoulder and gradually lift yourself off the ground using your entire body to balance on your forearm and side of your foot, if you can only hold this for a few seconds that is fine, just keep trying to hold it for as long as you can, make sure your are straight all the way down you will see a difference in your body over a longer period of time.
Its proved that only working on your abdominals is not actually that effective at reducing that unwanted belly fat, as your whole body is all connected, if you are only strong in one place ie your legs the rest of your body may suffer, it is true that strengthening your abs will actually strengthen your lower back, and gluts (butt muscles), so if you suffer from a bad back, as I have heard from many people it is most important to start stabilizing your core.
A very good friend of mine suffered from an extremely bad back, so bad that she could not sit up from laying flat on her back, she started to do a crocodile stretch which consists of laying flat on your back, and stretching your arms out so they are directly in-line with your shoulders, now slowly bend your right knee and gradually fold it over your left leg, all the time trying to keep your shoulders on the floor, you should try to aim to have your right leg on the floor folded over your left leg. You may hear you back crack, this is an amazing stretch, not only did she start working on doing this stretch every day after work she would ride on her bicycle to work about 10 km every day, riding a bike is not only good for your abs but also for your legs, lower back and arms, so an all over body exercise, she lots a lot of weight and is now able to actually sit up from a flat back position.
So toning your abs is not necessarily going to show a decrease in that spare tyre but you will surely see a change in your posture, feel a change in your body, notice you are stronger in the lower back and your gluts. After all who doesn't like a tight butt? Come on get those abs working so you can get the heads turning.
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