Anyone who follows me know that I program very little core work that isn’t about resisting motion…because I think teaching the core how to resist motion is the most important thing we can do for anyone performing core work.
But that doesn’t mean I don’t program any core work that doesn’t resist motion.
A great example…the 1-Arm Straight Leg Sit Up‼️
Which…is brutally hard‼️
If you really want to challenge yourself, gran a 10-20lb kettlebell or dumbbell and try to bang out 6-10 reps on each side.
Not only will it fry your core, it demands a ton of shoulder stability.
How do we categorize core work?
What does our core work look like?
What are our progressions and regressions?
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