Rather than solely focussing on banging out hundred’s of reps to improve your core strength, here’s three top tips to help you achieve a stronger core.
Tip #1 - Think of your core as more than just a six pack
When most people think about having or achieving a strong core, they go right to the six pack… flash back to Peter Andre in mysterious girl video. But your core is so much more…
Broadly speaking, your core is made up by the muscles in your stomach, lower back and your glutes.
Listed below are all the muscles considered to make up the ‘core’
Rectus Abdominis: Located on the front of the abdomen, commonly known as the six pack
Erector Spinae: This is a group of three muscles that run from your neck, all the way down to your lower back.
Multifidus: Located under the Erector Spinae, travelling along the vertebral column, these muscles help to extend and rotate your spine.
External & Internal Obliques: Located on the side and front of you abdomen, external on the top, internals underneath.
Transverse Abdominis: Located under