Do This For Just 6 Minutes Every Day – Here’s What Happens To Belly Fat

We all so obsessed with our abs that we often end confusing our core with core. However when your trainer talks to about your core it’s not just about strengthening your abs but it also includes your glutes, hips and lower back.

To prevent injuries it is important to keep your core strong. Training your core helps to improve your posture, reduce your back aches and improves balance. Scroll over to find some of best core training exercises in three different levels to work on your core:

1. Core Training – Level 1 – in this level, you will need to do 3 simple exercises, which can be considered as beginner level exercises and you just need to 5 to 7 minutes a day to do these exercises.

To do this exercise, start with a straight arm plank position and turn your body in inside of plank with your left palm on the floor. Stretch your right hand out towards ceiling, forming alphabet T. Hold the position for 5 seconds. Rotate back to start arm plank and follow 10 reps and repeat on the other side.

To do the windshield wipers exercise, lie on your back on the floor and raise your legs to form 90 degree angle. Stretch your arms on either side and rotate your legs from one side, stop short of touching floor and rotate to other side. Follow 10 reps on each side.

This exercise is pretty much similar to how commandos crawl on their elbows and elbows. To do this exercise start in forearm plank position and begin to crawl forward with your arms and drag your legs. Follow the crawls to the count of 36.

2. Core Training – Level 2 – In this level you will need to follow 4 exercises, which again will take about 5 to 7 minutes. To increase the challenge, follow these exercises twice a day.

Start with normal plank position, with your body straight and arms straightened for support. Make sure your feet are hip width apart. Slide your left foot under your right leg, rotating your body and raising keeping your hips 8 inches above the ground level. Return back to starting position and follow the same on the opposite direction.

For this exercise, you lie down on your stomach and bend your knees and elbows. Then lift your head, chest and arms and knees off the floor like as if you are skydiving and hold the position for 30 seconds. Follow 10 reps.