You're dead wrong if you think that core strengthening is only about flattening your stomach and getting your body ready for the beach. It's not just about the abs (but yes, you'll get those too!) it's about each part of your body working together to help you feel and look your best every day.***REPEATED WORKOUT W2W1** by Pace and Go
1. ***REPEATED WORKOUT W2W1**
In this session Pace & Go will take you through your first loaded workout. One of the most advantageous aspects of using free weights is the increased effort involved. Because free weights engage agreater amount of muscle mass to maintain balance and stability while performing an exercise, you also burn more calories.
2. Strength and Conditioning
In this session Pace and Go take you through a full body strength and conditioning AMRAP session. AMRAP means “as many reps as possible” and is a perfect format for building intensity, conditioning, endurance and mental strength as you challenge yourself to push your physical limits.
3. Bodyweight Upper Body #2
This second upper body workout of the Evolution6 program brings more challenging exercises that will build strength, and improve your flexibility and endurance. Bring your A-game and get ready to work.
4. Bodyweight Upper Body #1
Upper Body #1 focuses primarily on building strength in the upper half of your body, but don't be deceived - you'll be still be working every muscle of your body in under 20 minutes with this efficient workout.
5. Love Your Core Abs Workout
The core is the stabilizer of the body, helping to keep you balanced. Learn to love it in this installment of the Tone and Trim series. Expert Jaime McFaden works all of your stabilizing muscles to give you the nice, lean look that you want. This Grokker Premium video is only twenty minutes of your day, so it’s not about having time; it’s about making time!
6. 10 Minute Abs Workout - Abs and Obliques Routine
This is a very quick but very effective 10 minute abs and obliques workout that you can do anywhere, anytime.All you need is ten minutes, and an exercise mat or a spot of carpet (or another otherwise moderately forgiving surface)