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how to train you core muscle?

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how to train you core muscle?

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Created
Sunday, 03 December 2017
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Allen Al

 
You may have done plank and sit ups and all the nice things people have recommended to you, but you have not trained your core muscle until it actually does this movement. Most of us do not do core exercises the right way including myself because if it does it is very difficult.

When we train core we have to target all the muscles work well and we can do our best. This means targeting all core muscles starting with the diaphragm, pelvic floor, Tranverse Abdominis (TA), oblique internal / external and Rectus Abdominis (RA). Unfortunately we often only target the superficial RA (rectus abdominis) to give us a carved abs but that's just the core workout surface. Here are some basic core development exercises that you may use as quoted from Myo Kinetics through Instagram  account.

First is the diaphragm breathing, many of us are not breathing properly, causing the diaphragm to not function as usual because it is less used. To train it you can lie on the floor with your knees slightly bent.

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Place your hands on your stomach and begin to inhale deeply through your nose, focusing on abdominal swelling. After that exhale strongly through the mouth while contracting the core muscle. Do this for a few minutes but be careful because this exercise can cause dizziness. So feel your body.

The next exercise will help you control the inner core muscle, which you may have forgotten how to use it. The trick is to do a vacuum or a method of sucking your stomach as if you are trying to move it to the spine and hold it for as long as possible. This exercise helps activate the deepest muscle, which is used to increase intra-abdominal pressure.

Category
General
Created
Sunday, 03 December 2017
Group Admin
Allen Al
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