The Best Core Workout For Thicker, Stronger Abs (YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG!)

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33 thoughts on “The Best Core Workout For Thicker, Stronger Abs (YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG!)

  1. I really appreciate your approach, man. There's a million videos on core exercises, but some of those do more harm than good. I knew yours would be based on research.

  2. At 4:45, the exercise seems far easier then lifting legs that are straight. It almost doesn't even feel like an exercise because of how easy the bent legs makes it feel. As the legs move over the head, it feels even easier. Is there some type of motion mistake that can make it easier then it should?

  3. you know it’s gonna be a good one when when you see a picture of an old dude, with a walrus mustache, holding a hip bone. Get those Abs!
    “YEAH SCIENCE” -Jesse Pinkman

  4. Jeremy, your content is great. But please just launch an app for sharing your content. The PDF files and long emails is a really archaic and unpractical way of sharing workouts. Creating a simple app is not as expensive or complicated as it seems…

  5. Good afternoon Sir Jeremy Ethier, I am doing the upper/lower body split. In where I train every Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, and my question is when do I workout my core within the week??

  6. Is there a difference (regarding core muscle activation) between the reverse crunches and hanging leg raises?
    I mean it's almost the same exercise, just with a 90° difference, and hanging from something instead of grabbing something behind your head. Thanks!

  7. In the event that a person finds himself without some kind of anchor point to hold onto, is there a modified version of the Reverse Crunch that does not require holding onto something overhead?

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