3 Ways to Build Better Core Strength Now

No crunches or planks necessary

A woman, face down, lifting her arms, head, and chest off the floor to help train her mid and lower back muscles.

Core training is often presented as the holy grail of exercise: strengthen your core to fix posture, improve balance, heal current injuries, and prevent future injuries.

But if you’re only training the four large abdominal muscles, then you’re missing out. The core also includes the diaphragm, pelvic floor…

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Mia Lazarewicz

Mia Lazarewicz

NSCA-CPT, CSCS, American Ninja Warrior, gymnast, author, Gryffindor. Follow me on IG and Twitter @thebossiraptor, and at my website www.lazertraining.com

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