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Your arms are pulling, but this one’s really for the core. The half-kneeling stability chop strengthens your abs, hips and lower back.
Your arms may be pulling, but this one’s for the core. The standing stability chop strengthens your abs, hips and lower back.
Brace your core for the lateral roll, an exercise that works your abs, hips and lower back.
Stability exercises like the static back extension are highly effective at working the abdominal muscles that are most visible—including the ones that make up your six-pack.
Stabilize your core with the Swiss-ball rollout, a move where your abs do all the pushing and pulling.
There's no lifting here. Let your abs do all the pushing and pulling with the barbell rollout.
Work your core with the slide out, an exercise where you extend your body and use your abs to reel it back in.
Target your abs, hips and lower back with the single-arm slide out.
Brace your core for the single-leg Swiss-ball jackknife, a spine-stabilizing exercise that works your abs, hips and lower back.
Work all of your abs with the McGill curlup, an exercise that minimizes stress on your spine while increasing muscle endurance.
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