If in case you did not know, strength exercises are a great way to build your core. There are many exercises that you can do to add strength to your core and below in this article I have covered a few exercises that will help you develop your core strength.
If you’re planning to get ramp it up and get some tools. Then you do need a few barbells, a power rack (Read about the best power racks) and some weight plates to get started with core exercises like deadlifts and squats.
All the exercises mentioned here you can do from your home and won’t have to go to the gym daily.
For the L seat exercise you will have to begin by being seated in an L pose which means that you should sit with your legs stretched out and your feet relaxed. Keep your back straight and put your hands on the ground near to the torso.
Now what you have to do is pick your hips of the floor and then keep it in the air for about 5 seconds and then put it back down. Do this about 5-6 times.
Rotational Push Ups
This exercise is very similar to a normal push up the only difference being that every time you come back in the push up pose you just have to rotate your body in the right direction and stretch out your right arm over your head, making a T shape with your hands and torso. Now move back into the normal push up pose and do a push up and then repeat this exercise with your left hand.
For this exercise you have to begin by lying down on your back. Keep your hands to your side with your palms facing towards the floor. Now what you have to is, with your legs stretched, raise your heels off the ground to about 5-6 inches and then make a few tiny but fast up and down movements with your legs. Just make sure the core remains committed. Continue to kick for a minute before moving on.
Dynamic Prone Plank
For this exercise you will need to begin in a normal plank position. Once you are in the plank position you will have to lift your hips as high as you can and then put them back down. Carry on doing this motion for as long as you can. While doing this exercise just remember to keep your back straight. Also make sure that your hips do not droop at all.
For this exercise you will have to be seated on the floor. While you are seated you need to keep your knees bent and also your legs close to each other. Your legs should also be above the ground at least a few inches. Your back should be at 45 degrees. Now move your hands from one end to another in a twisting motion quite slowly because the slower you twist your hands the more impact it will have on your hands. Keep on twisting your hands for as long as you can before stopping it.