Abdominal training is usually not difficult – as the exercises are not particularly hard to do once you learn the form. Many moves start uncharged, and you can do a good job without over-amplifying the resistance. You can still work hard and reach the limits of your stamina, but your biggest challenge will be to stay in good shape with your sets and get a strong finish.
This core challenge from Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel, CSCS is a bit different: you might have trouble making it at all. "I will not lie to you, that's tough," says Samuel. "It's both a workout and an ultimate challenge to your overall core stability (as well as your mental focus)."
According to Samuel, you have to understand the way all your muscles interact to hit the shape. "This is a complete core movement: The abdominals, lower back straighteners and gluteal muscles all work together," he says. "The last element, the glute activation, is often the forgotten element – you really need to activate your glutes to get the straight line (which most people do not find."
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