EVEN MORE EFFECTIVE THAN SIT-UPS The new fitness trend Hollow Rocks

 



Both the muscles and the abdomen are crucial to our health. You don't feel like strengthening your core by performing sit-ups. Try out Hollow Rocks, why not!

We were designed to move. We require physical activity to maintain our health and fitness, hence. Our core is crucial in this situation (in both senses of the word), as ignoring your abdominal muscles increases your risk of developing heart issues in addition to back pain and other discomforts. The so-called visceral fat, which might encourage cardiovascular illnesses, has a tendency to build up particularly significantly in the abdominal cavity.

There are numerous things you may do for your middle. Sit-ups and mountain climbers are arguably the most popular. Just reading about them makes you tired?


Then we have good news for you! Because hardly any abdominal exercise is as effective and works as holistically as Hollow Rocks. With this fitness trend, you bring variety into your workout and do something for your stomach.


This is what the Hollow Rocks fitness trend has to offer

The focus is on maximum body tension. With Hollow Rocks, you primarily train the stabilizing muscles - in the entire core area. This way you not only strengthen your abdominals but also create a good base to have enough power for other exercises. The Hollow Rock may look simple, but it's anything but. To perform the exercise safely and effectively, you need to have good body control. But don't worry: practice makes perfect. If you regularly incorporate Hollow Rocks into your training schedule, you'll soon become a pro! And in the beginning, you can practice a lighter version with your arms extended and/or only one leg extended until you feel more confident and have enough strength.

Step by step: This is how the Hollow Rock works

  • Lie on your back, preferably on a yoga or fitness mat.
  • For the Hollow Rock, extend your arms backward next to your head. Activate your abdominal muscles and use their strength to lift your torso with arms and your stretched legs a few inches off the floor.
  • Be sure to press your lower back into the floor so that you do not develop a hollow back.
  • Now hold your torso, arms, and legs a few centimeters above the floor and begin to rock back and forth slowly and in a controlled manner.
  • Repeat this rocking motion a few times, but only as often as you can hold yourself well from the strength of your center.

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