Quick tip for a strong core #1/3

By Benchmark Webmaster | on Sep 16, 2016

Quick tip for a strong core #1/3

By Benchmark Webmaster | on Sep 16, 2016

1) Work the core inner to outer using anti movements concentrating on the tranverse abdominus, internal obliques and multifidus.

Example of anti-movements:

Anti Flexion - Front Squat Anti Extension - Plank Anti Rotation - Paloff Press Anti lateral flexion - Offset Farmers Walk

These movements will fast track you to a stronger, tighter, more efficient, healthier core.

Here at benchmark we include and progress these forms of core training to build a better, stronger athlete.

Posted in Core Strength on Sep 16, 2016

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