How to Fit Core Work Into Your Fast Weight Loss Exercises

Your core muscles are the tough connection between your lower body and abdominal area. Each move you make begins in your core or transfers through it. Therefore, a tight or weak core can convert into less power from your arms and legs.

 

It is important to include core work in your Fast Weight Loss Exercises. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services suggest the accompanying balanced plan:

GNC

• At minimum, more than two hours (150 minutes) of moderate-intensity aerobic movement every week, or one-and-a-quarter hours (75 minutes) of fiery action every week, or a proportionate mix of the two. (For example, during a brisk walk, you can talk, but make sure to refrain from singing; for higher intensity rigorous training, for example, running, you can’t speak words without needing to regain some composure and catching your breath.)

• Strength-instructional courses twice per week for all major muscle groups, including your core.

• Balance exercises. Core work falls under the second and third classifications: enhancing balance and strength training.

Since numerous strength training routines exclude core work, your core muscles may not be prepared for a strenuous weight

loss exercise immediately. A core exercise schedule and routine is needed to further prepare you.

ASK US for recommendations on best core trainings fit specifically for you.

Sharing is caring!

6 comments

  1. Very nice and informative article! I think that many people forget about the importance of core and muscle workout!

    1. Thanks, John B! I agree! Core workout is really important. Though it may not be seen at first glance, but it determines the strength and agility of a person. Plus, it feels good to squeeze those core muscles!

  2. Hi Lily,

    Great article! The core is the centre of your strength and so, so important. I go to the gym 3 to 4 times a week and lately I have really been working on my core. Its such a powerful thing to have a strong core which I had when I was young but as you age that little pot belly gets bigger haha!

    I keep working on it and I know I will eventually win. Lol. Great post. What would be your favourite core exercise?

    Cheers,

    Kev

    1. Thanks Kevin! Core workout is indeed a challenge. It takes a while to see the results, unlike pure muscle building in the arms and legs which manifests faster than the core. That’s the beauty of it, though! It makes working out a lot more fulfilling and it serves as a deep foundation for the long haul. I’m glad you’re up for your own core workout challenge. Keep it up!

      My favorite core exercise is the plank! It shakes up my arms and tummy like there’s no tomorrow haha! I can really feel my core squeezing. How about you? Keep in touch! 🙂

    1. Noted on that, Kev. Turmeric is great! It’s a part of ginger family which already cured me a lot of times. Will write about it today. I’ll let you know soonest. Cheers to our healthiest! 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *