Los Mejores 15 Ejercicios Para La Cintura
por Valerie Zeller
Crunches are one of the most common exercises for your abdominal muscles. Similar to a sit-up, crunches involve lifting the upper body up off the floor or mat using your core. It’s important to not crunch so high that the exercise becomes a sit-up, because that will take emphasis off of your abdominals and onto your hip flexors.
The Superman exercise helps develop your core and lower back muscles while providing a great stretch for your back. This floor exercise is popular in yoga studios, boxing gyms and bootcamps alike, and it will leave you stronger, well-stretched and feeling heroic!
Bicycle is abdominal exercises designed to work and strengthen the core. While lying on your back and moving your legs (in a way similar to pedaling on a bike), your abs will “crunch” as you draw your leg in toward you. Bicycles are a great exercise if you are trying to target multiple areas of your abdominals, such as your obliques and upper abs.
The Mountain Climber is a bodyweight exercise that serve as a great full-body workout. This plyometric plank movement does it all: increases core strength, defines the shoulders, chest and upper back, works the quads and glutes -- all while raising the heart rate.
12. Giro Ruso
A Russian Twist is an abdominal exercise that emphasizes the obliques, the abdominal muscles running down either side of your upper body. It involves twisting your body from side to side in the “sit-up” position, and often includes the use of a heavy weight, such as a medicine ball or kettlebell, to add resistance and build explosiveness in the upper torso.
Warrior 3 Pose is considered an intermediate balancing yoga pose that creates stability throughout your entire body. It utilizes all of the muscles throughout your core, arms and legs. The position improves balance, posture and full-body coordination while it strengthens the whole back side of the body.