A flat stomach is the ultimate goal for many gym-goers. Walk into any gym in the country, and there is sure to be someone on their back doing crunches or holding a dumbbell while they side bend – all in pursuit of tight, toned abs.
Unfortunately, a lot of the traditional abdominal exercises are based on outdated training programs that work your core in an isolated way.
While workouts, such as crunches and side bends, target the abdominals, they can also work your spine improperly and lead to issues with your lower back.
1. HIGH PLANK WITH LATERAL FLEXION
2. KNEELING PALLOF PRESS
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