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Hey guys were in costa rica at surf vista villas in Santa Teresa and i have a yoga sequence for u today which will is called sunrise surf yoga this yoga sequence is targeted for surfers.

Or anyone that wants to work their shoulders, abs and their hamstrings also great way to start your day in the mornings so grab some water mat and lets go ok so starting in childs pose find your breath.

Slowly come up to all fours inhale arch echale rounds one more time like that exhale bring the hands all the way to top.

Puppy posture allowing the hips to stay over the knees letting the chest fall down bring elbows down come through into baby cobra allow the hips to come forward look up to the sky.

Then lift the hips back up coming back into puppy pose letting chest come down extend right leg left arm hold here engage you abs.

Exhale crunch inhale extend exhale crunch touch elbow to knee tuck left toes under lift to one legged dog bending right knee coming into plank touch your chest.

Inhale reach exhale chest reach the leg up exhale bring it into chest exhale release high plank side plank.

Modify by bending bottom knee then release left hand take push ups high plank exhale chaturanga upward dog inhale.

Best Ab Workout Tip Ever WORKS INSTANTLY

What’s up guys? jeff cavaliere, athleanx . I’m literally down here on the floor in the middle of my Ab Workout when I got the idea to shoot this tutorial for you. I think the best, hands down, the best Ab Workout tip that you might ever come across. And the reason why is two fold. Number 1 it can be done at home. Here I am training at home. There’s nothing around me. I don’t need, no elaborate equipment,.

I can do this on every single exercises as you’re going to see here soon. And secondly, it’s something that you can actually do right away as soon as I show you what the most important thing is. So, we have to think about one concept that I’ve talked about before and that is, when you’re doing your Workouts, it’s never just about getting from point A to point B. It should always be about, contracting the muscle that you’re trying to work to get you.

From point a to point b. To put a purpose behind what you’re doing. And I think there’s no place more that this rears it’s ugly head than in Ab Training. And it makes a huge difference as to the type of results that you can see from your Ab Training. So here’s a perfect example. When we’re doing our home Ab Workouts again, and we’re going to use a traditional Crunch Exercise.

And we know that in order to do a crunch, you should get your shoulders up off the ground, right. So you clear your shoulder blades off the ground and you have a posterior tilt going of our pelvis, that we’re doing a well executed rep, right? So we know that this, for all intents and purposes, would be a well executed rep of a Crunch.

I can tell you that that may look right but there’s not enough effort being done behind that rep to make it that effective over the long term. What we have to start doing is really start contracting the muscles that are supposed to be doing the work for us, and that is the Abs and Core. So look at the difference between the muscularity when we do a well executed rep versus the.

One like i just showed you, getting from point a to point b. The point A to point B is here. And now the one where we really well execute the rep by contracting our way through, looks like this. You breath out, contract and come up. You can see, same thing, I’m getting up off the ground but the degree of contraction and muscularity in here through the Core is amplified immensely.

And that’s what we’re going after guys. you want to make sure that you’re actually making the muscles do the work. I could do this all day long, that’s fine. But if I want to make the work actually much more results effective than I have to make sure that I’m making the muscles do more work. And that’s the thing, we try to shy away in favor of rep count intensity.

Same thing can be applied here at home with a reverse crunch, again. We know that to perform a Reverse Crunch, you’ve got to get your Pelvis and Hips up off the ground, ok, as you bring your legs back up towards your head. That’s fine. But if we want to make it a more effective exercise, forget counting, forget if we could do 30 or 40 of those and try to focus on the quality of the contraction.

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