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The Busy Girl’s Workout: Side Plank Leg Lifts. Get fit REALLY fast with this super speedy workout routine.

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Swiss Ball Plank -- a more difficult variation of the traditional plank that brings core stability into play.

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the-exercist: “ Benefits of the Side Plank “ Side plank exercises target the gluteal muscles, obliques, quadriceps, hamstrings, thigh abductors and adductors. Strengthening these muscles means that.

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Exercise of the Day! Build core stability and give your glutes, hamstrings, and lower back a real challenge with the Glute Bridge Straight Leg Marching.

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Exercise of the Day! Build a stronger, more stable pillar (your hips, torso, and shoulders) with the Plank - with Arm Lift.

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Exercise of the Day! Train your glutes (butt muscles) while challenging your stability with the Glute Bridge - 1 Leg.

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Build Running-Specific Core Stability - Great exercises to help you achieve true spinal stability; pictures of all of them.

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Lie flat on your back and place the ball under your heels, with your knees slightly bent. Press heels firmly into the ball to raise your hips off the ground,

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Exercise of the Day! The Rolling Pillar Bridge is a dynamic version of the classic pillar bridge will continually challenge your core and pillar strength.

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