The Evolution of Abs Exercises and Core Workouts


Get your FREE workout here: www.turbulencetraining.com This video takes you through the evolution of 21st century ab training. You’ll find 6 different ab exercises where the focus isn’t on crunching or spinal flexion, but instead is geared towards providing a core workout that offers stabilization and resistance rotation. Just because these ab exercises aren’t your traditional crunches, doesn’t mean that you won’t get that great ab burning feeling following your workout. These core exercises …

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25 Responses to “The Evolution of Abs Exercises and Core Workouts”

  • GringoESantoDomingo:

    they are bad but Nike shocks are by far the worse for your feet!!!!!

  • pujolsisthebest:

    Danradin1234. Solid advice.

  • TheLegalAddiction:

    Definition come from your nutrition.

  • thelifeuwant:

    these are great, you can really feel them in you iner core

  • Oaken007:

    Why is this guy wearing Converse in the gym?? They are the worst for your feet.

  • HorvathsGirl:

    These are awesome. I’ve been doing bicycle crunches for months.. with no results of course. The plank is something I’ve seen and done a few times in beginner yoga, but I’ll master it for sure with your advice. I’ll definitely give all these a try. Thanks!!

  • JONACAN:

    Awesome! It makes sense, the dynamics of it all are so effective and efficient, how it should be!

  • soowoopdat410:

    Bicycles are still the NUMBER 1 ab exercise. work in side/front planks, and ball sit ups, and oblique crosses, and you got a great ab workout.

  • Friske248th:

    jus wonderin whats the difference?

    im mean lets say you play soccer and you work out why not go for definition i mean its still your muscles maybe not one specifically for soccer but you could just incorpirate it into yo9ur work out

  • ttayttay:

    Do you suggest this kind of ab work for core strengthening for sports or just for definition?

  • jepalvarez:

    Thx danradin. I have recently started TT intermediate, so far I have lost a pound a week, I guess you are right, it will come, I really eat very clean. it’s become a habit, thanks again. cheers!

  • danradin1234:

    keep working. it’s at least 75% diet. don’t drop your calories too low. as long as you’re losing fat somewhere you will eventually lose it in the stomach. you have no control over the where and the when you lose fat, but as long as you’re progressing, keep going!

  • b33isme:

    stay out of the gym. and if your were power lifting, which your not, you would wear power cleaning shows. those shoes are just dumb, and you do women exercises. and most people are not flat footed, so no you are still lost. try agian

  • WILLJR1973:

    if you knew anything about working out with weights, you’d know that flat shoes such as Chuck Taylors and old school Vans, have a flatter sole which gives you a more firm planted stance than puffy running shoes with a lot of cushion and bounce.

  • b33isme:

    nice shoes. ha. maybe should go to a business meeting wearing a construction outfit. you look dumb. this vid is pointless.

  • kurbani091:

    i want to no how to get six packs if a person has a disc slip or disc herniation?

  • derkapitaen213123:

    Well, to everyone in sports these isometric exercises should be nothing new. While they’re certainly great for stabilization and rapidly aquiring core muscle strength, they don’t represent the motions that we use our abdominal and lower back muscles for.
    So you should always include traditional crunches (if done right, also pretty safe) in your training if you don’t feel any pain doing it.

  • tebone7:

    80% of weight loss and muscle building is in what you eat.

  • steev0jackson:

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    /?This Is Bob. he says fuck you!
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  • jbh123stl:

    Obviously I’m not Craig, but I’m pretty sure the idea is to keep your workout footwear simple–no unnecessary heel lift, a minimum of “artificial” support–so your foot and ankle muscles are used for stabilization and don’t “slack off.” Pavel Tsatsouline’s book “The Naked Warrior” gives a brief rationale along those lines.

  • jbh123stl:

    Also, take a look at what you’re eating. There’s lots of info out there.

  • jepalvarez:

    This is all great but I have to say that I am a little bit offended with Turbulance Training people. A month ago I have purchase the book and I have not received it, worse yet, they do not answer my e-mail when they promise an answer in less than 2 days, that doens look very professional. I posted here for not having any answer from them.

  • speshulk1976:

    …crunching and situps are very archaic exercises….retro moves if you will.

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  • joshyf09:

    iv been a personal trainer for many years and i studied at university along with NASM, i know what im talking about :)

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