9 Advanced Core Exercises for Athletes: The Ultimate Core Training For Sports

9 Advanced Core Exercises for Athletes: The Ultimate Core Training For Sports


20 Replies to “9 Advanced Core Exercises for Athletes: The Ultimate Core Training For Sports”

  1. Hey guys, great video! I work out from home and was just wondering, what's the quickest time after a workout you can have a meal? Like how long after your workout? Thanks guys and keep it up!

  2. Not enough technique and form explanations…good general advice but a total pain to listen to this heavy accented commentary.

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  4. This video presents a great "grab bag" of exercises, or rather three grab bags. However, it is deficient in a couple of ways, should you folks wish to append it with additional videos. First, your terminology is a bit unusual to me in that I am familiar with dividing core movements according to an alternate scheme: I. Extension (e.g., high plank); II. Flexion (e.g., crunch); III. Rotation (a) lateral and (b) medial. In truth, I think that many or most of the exercises you are showing are great in that they incorporate compositions of two or more of these motion planes, but you don't clarify that and it makes distinguishing each of the exercise variants you present difficult. Second, you don't provide any sort of reference to the muscle activational cues or focii for exertion in any of these exercises. Third, you don't distinguish the relative merits of the variants you present in each "grab bag." Fourth, you don't offer any sense for volume, frequency or periodization, nor how any of these exercises could or should be incorporated into any particular athletes existing regimen.

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