If you go to the gym and just want to work on developing eye-catching muscles like your abdominals and biceps, then all the power lies with you – we're not going to beat up anyone who goes to the gym. However, if you want to get better with the heavy exercises and build a stronger body, you also need to spend time with your core.
Fortunately, you probably already do that because you already work on the core so many exercises involve it. Your mind may jump to intermediate-oriented movements like crunches when you're working on core work, but any exercise that affects both your upper and lower body challenges your core, as well as any movement that requires you to keep your balance.
Still, it's a good idea to add some core-specific workouts to your workout program. Workouts like the one you find below. The training is just five steps in total, so you do not need a lot of time, but it's intense enough for you to feel the effects days later. The five-move workout is divided into a two-group supergroup and a triad so you do the exercises back to back and keep your core muscles under tension for long stretches. Get ready.
For both moves on the first superset, make sure that your hands or feet do not touch the ground between reps. Keeping them high will increase the load on your upper and lower abdominal muscles, making both movements more difficult, but allowing more muscle fibers to work and maintaining muscle tension.
A Alternate lifting of legs
Sets 4 Repeats 25 per side Break 20 sec.
Lie with your head in your hands on your back. Lift both feet off the ground and then lift one foot as high as possible, keeping both legs straight. Lower it again and then lift the other leg. Alternate with each repetition
targets lower belly
sets 4 repetitions 12 break 60sec  Lie down with your arms and legs straight on your back. Hold it straight and pull your abs together to bring your hands and feet over your middle. Stop at this upper position and then slowly return to the start.
For the first two moves of this tri-set, make sure that each repetition is smooth and controlled, consciously focusing on your entire repetition. Core is tight and engaged instead of racing through it , The slower your repetitions are, the more time you need to put on your abdominal muscles – and that's the key to more definition, strength and endurance.
2A board with pounding
targets Whole kernel
phrases 4 repeats 25 pause 20 sec.
Begin on top of a pushups. Tighten your core, lift one hand to touch the opposite shoulder, then lower it again. That's a repeat. Repeat, alternately pounding the shoulders with each repetition.
2B board with toe beating
targets Whole core
Sets 4 Repeats 25 Rest 20sec
Start in one Plank position and rest on your forearms. Tighten your core and lift it with one foot to the side. Pause, then back to the start. That's a repeat. Repeat, alternate sides for toe beating with each repetition.
2C Superman Plank
Targets Whole Kernel
Sets 4 Time 40sec Rest 60sec
Start in one Plank position with tight abdominal muscles. Lift one arm and the other leg so that they are completely straight. Hold this position without hanging your hips for 40 seconds. That's the sentence. To work both sides the same way, lift the right arm and left leg in the first and third sets, and the left arm and right leg in the second and fourth sets.