One Simple Exercise To Help Strengthen The Core and Lower Body

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

reverse plank

reverse plank Okay, today you’re going to learn how to reverse plank.

One of the first places you gain weight is typically around your belly. It’s also one of the hardest places to lose fat.

But going to the gym isn’t the only way to stay in shape: there are many bodyweight exercises you can do at home to shed the extra pounds.

This is where the reverse plank comes in.

As you’ve probably heard, doing planks is a great way to keep your abdomen, back, and glutes tight and strong.

But there are variations of this exercise that you should also incorporate into your fitness routine to get better results.

Along with the low-impact exercise mentioned below, it’s important to do aerobics twice a day if possible to get your body in the best shape of your life.

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That being said, you don’t have live in as a gym rat.

Your second aerobic workout could be a simple 30- to 40-minute walk in the evening after dinner.