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by Ssregina Regina (2019-06-07)

Here's a little trick to help you out. Try to pull your Wildfit Review belly button towards your spine. This will help you engage the deep abdominal muscles and will help support your back.If you haven't performed a plank before, you'll notice the lack of strength and stabilization in your core as your body starts to shake. You won't be able to hold the position for long but as you keep practicing you'll notice drastic improvement. As your core strength improves, you will be able to hold the position for longer periods.If you're really struggling at the start, do a modified plank instead where instead of balancing on your toes, you balance on your knees. Progressively work your way up to a regular plank.Once you have mastered the plank exercise, there are a few variations you can incorporate into your workout.Try the side plank, arm and leg lift planks, and planks on bosu balls and swiss balls. There are endless variations that will help you build a strong coreAs one of my personal training clients prepared to complete her final exercise of the day, the dreaded triple set of leg squats, she moaned, "Oh, these squats, I hate them! They kill me!" And so it is with the king of leg development, the squat. I have found that people hang out at opposite ends of the like-dislike squat spectrum-they either love them or hate them. There is almost never an in-between. So what's the verdict of professionals? Are squats truly the king-an unbeatable all-in-one exercise? Or are they responsible for the throbbing knees and big butts that women the world over dread?