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November 4, 2007

core workout program

Tags: Ironman Training — 11:44 pm Comments (6)

Here’s a core workout program, takes about 30 minutes. You can do these in the living room, don’t need weights. Just need to be disciplined about doing them. If you do them right, and you do these consistently, you’ll be in pretty awesome shape. The cliff notes version i.e. if you have only have time to do some of the workout, just do the squats or lunges and then sit-ups and push-ups.

Core workouts target the torso, or stomach, back, hip/upper thigh area. This is where all the power is in your body.

I quit my gym membership a long time ago because I’ve been swimming at the local pool and running or biking outside. And then doing these core workouts at home makes that $80 gym membership pretty pointless.



6 Comments »

  1. Wanna be a guest at my local? There are 3 ellipticals and a circuit workout.

    Comment by GE — November 5, 2007 @ 8:26 pm

  2. No, that’s ok.

    Comment by rebron — November 6, 2007 @ 10:52 am

  3. Where do you get or how did you develop this program? I’m interested. I haven’t been to the gym in years. I swim and do Judo about once or twice a week. This would be a perfect routine to incorporate.

    How often should this program be done?

    Thanks

    Comment by P — November 28, 2007 @ 9:17 pm

  4. This should be done 3x a week. I didn’t develop this program, my triathlon coach did and he’s also a physical therapist.

    It’s a pretty good, easy to do program.

    Comment by rebron — November 29, 2007 @ 8:37 am

  5. Thanks for the reply! I’m always looking for new ideas to stay healthy and gain strength. I enjoy reading your website since it focuses quite a bit on the outdoors!

    Comment by P — December 3, 2007 @ 5:18 pm

  6. yo dude mind posting that workout again? i cant seem to access it

    Comment by RASTA — November 17, 2009 @ 7:39 pm

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