Core Envy does not include crunches! Here’s why.
Today’s featured Core Envy sculpting exercise: Reverse Tabletop. Get ready to feel the burn!
Today’s featured Core Envy sculpting exercise: C Series.
Check out this quick video introduction to Core Envy by exercise physiologist and certified personal trainer Allison Westfahl.
I’ve prepared some tips that will make your Core Envy diet even easier.
Allison Westfahl’s new book Core Envy: A 3-Step Guide to a Strong, Sexy Core features 90 sculpting exercises. Try out these 9 sample exercises to see how they’ll work for you!
Most core exercises, especially any exercise that includes “crunch”, are not, in fact, going to create the sleek, toned belly you want. So why should we do core exercises at all?
Side Planks are a must-have exercise when it comes to strengthening the core because they recruit so many muscle fibers.
What’s the most effective method for burning up those last few pounds of fat? Cardio workouts.
Try this Superman Series to help establish good muscle tone, good posture, and functional strength.
There is no “fat-burning zone”. Instead, surprise your body with HIIT cardio.
Single-Leg Kicks are a hip extension exercise that works the gluteal muscles as well as the deep stabilizers of the hips.
The Mifflin Equation offers an accurate way to find your daily calorie needs.
Core Envy sculpting exercise: Sliding Series.
Why can’t we just take a pill to lose weight?
Today’s featured Core Envy sculpting exercise: Hip Bridges. I love this exercise because it works the gluteals and the muscles on the back side of the core while being easy on the knees. It’s quite common to feel the quadriceps attempting to do all the work during this movement, so try to focus on releasing […]
One pound of fat is equal to 3,500 calories, so for every pound of fat you want to lose, you need to create a caloric deficit of 3,500. Based on what we know about calories in versus calories out, this deficit can’t be achieved in a day, or even a few days.
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 […]