There are many people who want to exercise, but don’t want to go to the gym and be surrounded by people while sweating. So, if you’re one of them, here are 3 exercises that will help you get a flat stomach.
If you have sedentary work or you simply lead that kind of life, or opposite to that, you are incredibly active, both types have one problem – back pain. It was examined that about 31 million Americans experience lower back pain at any given moment. It’s a common affliction and one that takes care and diligence to eliminate.
Think crunches are the only way to sculpt a stronger stomach? Think again. This super effective core workout proves that there’s no need to hit the mat (or bother your back) to strengthen your abs.
Take the classic strength move from short and static to minutes-long and dynamic with this three-week plan.
Back pain is the most common type of pain around the world, affecting people of all ages. It can range from mild to severe – the more intense it is, the harder it will be for you to perform your daily activities.