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Video Perfectly Explains The Difference Between Training Your Core And Training Your Abs

Written by Ana Krneta
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Working out is far more complex than simply doing sit ups and push ups and expecting results. Transforming the physcial form has become a science that people go to school to learn for years. The body is a complex vessel and an extension of that is knowing how to properly exercise to get the results you're looking for.

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Different athletes have different physical needs for their various sports, so work outs vary. It's also based on how our own bodies respond to exercise; something that works for one person might not work in the same way for someone else.

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Gregory Scott is a popular fitness YouTuber who has all your questions about working out covered. He did a video on the difference between working out your core and your abs which many people don't realize are different. And as the title of the video suggests, stop doing sit-ups and crunches to get abs.

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When you're working out your core, you're working out so much more than just your abs. You're working out hip flexors, your spine, your lower back and your entire midsection. He makes an analogy where he compares a house to a body. The core of our bodies is similar to the foundation of a house. Without a strong foundation, the house will be weak with a poor structure.

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Gregory Scott is a popular fitness YouTuber who has all your questions about working out covered. He did a video on the difference between working out your core and your abs which many people don't realize are different. And as the title of the video suggests, stop doing sit-ups and crunches to get abs.

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When you're working out your core, you're working out so much more than just your abs. You're working out hip flexors, your spine, your lower back and your entire midsection. He makes an analogy where he compares a house to a body. The core of our bodies is similar to the foundation of a house. Without a strong foundation, the house will be weak with a poor structure.

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