It’s funny how often something like the core is neglected when it’s literally called, “The Core.” Everything starts at the core. If your core is weak, so to then, are you.
This IS NOT a routine designed just to give you a six pack. Having visible abs is more about a lower overall bodyfat percentage, and it doesn’t mean that you have a strong core. Actually, a lot of people with abs have pathetic core strength and endurance. That’s the goal of this core routine: Core strength and endurance. Abs are still a muscle and need to be trained and this does that.
Training your core hurts. Do it anyway. Having a strong core will improve all your lifts, increase your overall fitness, and even for many people reduce low back pain. This is my personal routine. It works. Enjoy. - Derek
What ya get -
Core workouts for each day of the week. I post video tutorials in the Facebook group around these movements. Join the FREE group and search for the videos in the archive.
After you purchase the program, you’ll be sent a link via e-mail to download your files. You get a .doc to print out and write on (if that’s what you’re into) and I put the workout on 5 .jpgs to put on your phone so that you have the movements where you need them in the gym. Save those to your camera roll and get to work!
Good workout program for the price. Effective
…and this is fine.
Just asked yourself if it is necessary to pay 10$ for Fast Eddies, Fast Eddies with weight and two times 100 abmat sit ups for Time. 🤷🏼♀️
It’s simple. Simple movements. Simple to understand, but worth its weight in gold for a dummy like me who is just getting into routine building and I would have had no idea where to start. Quality info as always
So I’m kinda new to workouts. Maybe it’s my fault, maybe I should’ve researched more? The core program was recommended to me but I feel like I paid $10 for a document that says “Do 75 sit-ups.” I guess this wasn’t what I expected. It’s too hard for me and would take too much time in addition to my current workout. I kinda blame more the person who recommended it for me, but I just don’t feel that it was worth $10 to me since it taught me nothing new.