No-Risk Abs: A Safe Workout Program for Core Strength

By | February 6, 2016

An illustrated guide to the anatomy of the abdominal muscles and how to tone them successfully without injury

• Presents the 16 most effective and safest abdominal exercises for great abs

• Reveals how common ab exercises, such as crunches, can damage the spine, pelvic floor, diaphragm, and internal organs

• Offers tips to get rid of belly fat–both superficial fat and deeper visceral fat

Presenting a new type of abdominal exercise program designed with the body’s anatomical relationships in mind, Blandine Calais-Germain reveals the 6 underlying principles for working the abs efficiently, 7 exercises to get you ready, and the 16 most effective and safest abdominal exercises for a flat belly. Pointing out that ab exercises are not without risk, she reviews the most common abdominal exercises, such as crunches and leg lifts, and explains how to avoid injury to the neck, lower back, pelvic floor, diaphragm, prostate, and internal organs as well as how to protect these vital structures with appropriate abdominal work.

Exploring this often misunderstood region of the body in her trademark anatomical style, Calais-Germain details the muscular structures that make up the abs, revealing that strength alone is not the sole factor in a flat stomach. Including tips to get rid of belly fat–both superficial fat and deeper visceral fat–this book reveals how to get great abs, lose weight, gain strength, and build your core all without hurting yourself.

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2 Comments

Lesley Powell on 02/06/2016 at 10:40.

Read this book Read this book especially if you are a teacher or client w. back issues.You might know of Blandine’s other book, Anatomy of Movement. This is a brilliant book that finally addresses the poor training of abs and the possible effects of this training. The “crunch” is poor use of the abs especially when the abs are used incorrectly and is compressing the disks. A lot of clients know how to harden the abs and destroy the length of the spine. Here is a book that addresses the whys…

Amazon Customer on 02/06/2016 at 10:43.

Best Ab workout. !!! 0

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