About Core Exercise Machines

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To use core exercise machines, adjust the seat height to the proper level, make sure the weights are adjusted, breath out while going down, and inhale when coming back up. Avoid jerky movements on a machine that works the abdominal muscles with advice from a certified personal trainer in this free video on fitness and exercise.

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Hi. My name is Shaun and I'm here with the Wilmington Boxing and Fitness Center. And I'm here today to talk to you about core exercise machines. This here is one of the ones that we have here for the abdominals. And how you use it starting out you want to sit down. You want to make sure that the seat is at the height that you need to be up for your height. And that the weight is on properly what you want it on. You want to make sure that your feet are secure and you want to put your hands on the handles up on the bar here and when you go down, you want to go down. And as you're going down you want to breathe out as you're going down and as you come back up you want to inhale the air. So one more time. And that's how you properly use this machine. Now the don'ts? You don't want to come to the machine seat not properly secure for yourself, got the weight on 100 pounds or so and you want to try to jerk it real fast and end up hurting yourself. And you don't want to do real quick reactions with it. You want to take your time, slow, controlled motions while using this machine. That's how you do core exercises. Thank you.


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