Today's featured Core Envy sculpting exercise: Reverse Tabletop. Get ready to feel the burn! The Reverse Tabletop is one of those movements that can feel foreign at first because the arms and legs are behind the body while the torso is pushing up toward the ceiling. Though challenging, it is an excellent way to open up the chronically tight muscles on the front side of the body while strengthening the muscles in the back.
Today's featured Core Envy sculpting exercise: C Series. Core exercises performed from a standing position are a favorite of mine. After all, this is primarily the position from which we call upon the core muscles to work for us in daily life, and we need to train them accordingly. This particular movement also benefits your posture because it elongates the spine and helps open up the shoulders.
Today's featured Core Envy sculpting exercise: Twisting Side Plank. If you're already using the Core Envy program, you were introduced to Side Planks in the Balance & Isometrics routine, where you learned how to set up the fundamental Side Plank pose and hold it for a given amount of time. In this exercise, you'll call upon the balance you have developed and add to it an upper-body twist to create rotational strength through the core.