Weight Lifting, Weight Training, Bench Press & Bodybuilding
December 22, 2014

Multi Dimensional Ab Training
By David Grisaffi

Multi Dimensional Ab Training

In some of my previous articles, I've written about why you need to change your ab programs frequently to avoid muscle adaptation, repetitive pattern overload injury, muscle imbalance and of course, boredom!. But those aren't the only reasons you need exercise variety.

The functions of the abdominal and core muscles are so numerous, so varied and so complex, that entire textbooks have been written on functional anatomy and kinesiology without even scratching the surface.

What this means to you is that since there are more actions and functions of the abs and core than any other body part, there are more possible exercises you can do for abs and core than for any other body part.

With literally hundreds of ab and core exercises to choose from, the irony is that most people are STILL doing workouts that revolve around only a few exercises such as crunches, sit ups, leg raises and maybe some ab machines...

Multi Dimensional Ab Training

This is what I call "training in only one dimension"... and that can spell "trouble"

One dimensional training leads not just to progress plateaus and muscle adaptation, but also failure to engage all the functions of the core region, to strengthen thoroughly in every plane of movement, or to develop the proper neurological link to the muscle.

The end result is muscle weakness, muscle imbalances, injuries, a distended lower abdominal area and or and a not so impressive midsection.

The Firm And Flatten Your Abs program includes about 50 exercises which allow you to train every muscle in your core region in every "dimension." These dimensions include:

  • Flexion

  • Extension

  • Stabilization

  • Rotation

  • Side flexion

  • Prone

  • Supine

  • Seated

  • Standing

  • Quadruped

  • Stable

  • Unstable

One way to enter a whole new "dimension" of abdominal training is to start using a Swiss ball - also known as a stability ball because a ball is an unstable surface. Training on an unstable surface flips the switch on your nervous system and activates stabilizing muscles that are weak in most people due to sitting at a desk all day long and or doing too much machine training.

I realize if you're not familiar with Swiss ball and core training, that some of these exercises may look unusual or even "weird" at first.

You might look at the pictures and say, "David, it looks to me more like "rolling around on a beach ball than training."

Yup... that's what a lot of people said... until they tried them and their abs started showing for the first time!

By expanding your arsenal of ab and core exercises and working them in every capacity and function for which they were designed, you will...

  • Increase your strength

  • Decrease the odds of ever having back pain

  • Improve sports performance

  • Avoid plateaus and muscle adaptation...

And maybe best of all...get an impressive "six pack"


David Grisaffi's eBook Firm and Flatten Your Abs

Firm and Flatten Your Abs

Without Sit Ups, Endless Crunches,
Or Worthless Infomercial Junk

Rapidly Shrink Your Waistline, Lose Body Fat, Eliminate Low Back Pain And Develop A Stunning Set of Six Pack Abs While Gaining Strength, Muscle Tone And Raw Athletic Power At The Same Time...

Even If You've Been Overweight And Out Of Shape For Years... Even If You Have 100 Pounds Or More To Lose... Even If You're Laid Up With Low Back Pain... I Can Show You How To Flatten Your Abs... And You Can Learn The Secrets Today, Right Here On This Web Page: http://flattenyourabs.net/

 

 

More Articles by David Grisaffi
More Ab Training Articles

 






musclebuildingclub  increase testosterone by 170%

  LHM125

Hyper Growth Muscle Mass Training System  Muscle Weight Gain Program - How to Gain Weight Fast




Natural Bodybuilding | Growth Factor-1 | Discount Bodybuilding Supplements | Gain Weight Fast | Big Arms | How To Get Ripped
Weight Lifting Programs | Weight Lifting Equipment | Weight Training Articles | Weight Lifting Workouts | Workout Routines
Bench Press Routine | Bench Press Workout | Increase Bench Press | Bench Press Records | Bench Press Chart
Lean Body Mass | How To Run Faster | Bodybuilding Tips | Athlete Celebrity Interviews | Muscle Growth Stories
Muscular System | Healthy Bodybuilding Recipes | Muscle Man | Female Bodybuilders | Weight Lifting Exercises
Powerlifting | Dumbbell Exercise | Muscle Bodybuilding T Shirts | Vince Gironda | Vince Delmonte | Jennifer Nicole Lee
Weight Lifting Accessory | Football Strength Workout | Weight Lifting Belts | Mike Geary
Bench Press | Fitness Links | How To Gain Weight Fast | Strength Blog | Build Muscle Fast | Workout Reviews | Workout Videos
Weight Lifting & Weight Training Tips For Building Muscle Strength
 
Fitness Models | Strongman | Muscle Building Nutrition | Muscle Growth | Muscle Building Experts

Supplements: Testosterone Booster | Super Fat Burner | Beta Alanine | Creatine Caps | Nitric Oxide NO2 | Muscle Building Supplements | Post Workout Supplement

Articles: Bench Press Tips | Supplement Reviews | Muscular Strength | Bodybuilding Nutrition | Fitness Health | Muscle Building
Fat Loss Tips