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10 minute FIGURE EIGHT WORKOUT for a strong CORE

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Quick 10 Minute Core Workout Pain in My Abs!

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Last week I introduced the concept of effective and efficient 15-minute workouts, utilizing specific strategies to ensure that you make the most of your time. In today’s busy world, it seems we are all crunched for time—our workouts often bearing the brunt of this hustle. But, by following some or all of these simple rule. 12 hours ago · The 10 Best 30-Minute Strength Workouts on YouTube 10 Strength Workouts That Will Help You Feel Leaner and Stronger in 30 Minutes August 20, 2020 by Emily Weaver.

10 Minutes to Tighter Abs and a Stronger Core. Try this 10-minute workout to fire up your core, working your flexibility as well as your abs. Fitness Videos Workouts Strength Training.

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The first 5 to 10 minutes and the last 5 to 10 minutes of these workouts should be used to warm up and cool down.

“Developing Endurance” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
from Developing Endurance
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association, Ben Reuter
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

Several sets of 30 seconds in this position are an excellent initial goal, increasing the time as your strength and ability improve.

“Complete Conditioning for Tennis” by Paul Roetert, Todd S. Ellenbecker, United States Tennis Association
from Complete Conditioning for Tennis
by Paul Roetert, Todd S. Ellenbecker, United States Tennis Association
Human Kinetics, 2007

MAKE IT HARDER: Cut the 10-second rest periods and immediately switch back and forth between the two moves for 4 straight minutes.

“Your Body Is Your Barbell: Lose Weight and Get into the Best Shape of Your Life in just 6 Weeks Using Nothing but Your own Bodyweight” by BJ Gaddour
from Your Body Is Your Barbell: Lose Weight and Get into the Best Shape of Your Life in just 6 Weeks Using Nothing but Your own Bodyweight
by BJ Gaddour
Rodale Books, 2014

The initial goal of these circuit workouts is to simply move at a consistent pace for the entire duration of the interval, which should begin with 25 seconds.

“Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple” by Pete McCall
from Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple
by Pete McCall
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2018

A dynamic warm-up typically takes less than 15 minutes and should include a variety of exercises for strength, power, speed, and balance that are sensibly progressive over time.

“Essentials of Youth Fitness” by Avery D. Faigenbaum, Rhodri S. Lloyd, Jon L. Oliver, American College of Sports Medicine
from Essentials of Youth Fitness
by Avery D. Faigenbaum, Rhodri S. Lloyd, et. al.
Human Kinetics, 2019

This routine should take no more than 20 minutes.

“Hansons Marathon Method: Run Your Fastest Marathon the Hansons Way” by Luke Humphrey, Keith and Kevin Hanson
from Hansons Marathon Method: Run Your Fastest Marathon the Hansons Way
by Luke Humphrey, Keith and Kevin Hanson
VeloPress, 2016

If you can get to 8 minutes total, I am impressed, and if you can get past that, you probably aren’t doing it hard enough.

“The Virgin Diet: Drop 7 Foods, Lose 7 Pounds, Just 7 Days” by JJ Virgin
from The Virgin Diet: Drop 7 Foods, Lose 7 Pounds, Just 7 Days
by JJ Virgin
Harlequin, 2012

The first 3 minutes are for literally warming up your muscles.

“Winning Ugly: Mental Warfare in Tennis-Lessons from a Master” by Brad Gilbert, Steve Jamison
from Winning Ugly: Mental Warfare in Tennis-Lessons from a Master
by Brad Gilbert, Steve Jamison
Simon & Schuster, 1994

These workouts took considerably less time, and I appreciated the improved muscle tone and increased strength I felt.

“The Dubrow Diet: Interval Eating to Lose Weight and Feel Ageless” by Heather Dubrow, Terry Dubrow, MD, FACS
from The Dubrow Diet: Interval Eating to Lose Weight and Feel Ageless
by Heather Dubrow, Terry Dubrow, MD, FACS
Bird Street Books, 2018

The greater your balance as you begin core training, the more quickly the core will stabilize and the sooner you will be able to move on with the program.

“Athletic Body in Balance” by Gray Cook
from Athletic Body in Balance
by Gray Cook
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2003

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  • I loved this! Thanks for keeping it fun and challenging:) What can I do to modify if my hips pop when I do the bicycles and scissors?

  • Ive done this 4 out of the last 5 days and I can tell it’s getting easier but I’m still dripping sweat at the end. It’s the perfect workout for me because it works really well in a really short time frame.

  • loved it i always have a good time when Raneir is the trainer i love the others too but this dude’s so funny…. I’m glad laughing is part of the workout i dunno how id get through it without it aha

  • For me, this ab workout is definitely a challenge! The plank skier is the main one that I’m struggling with but hoping over time it gets easier!

  • On the last stretch before we ended with the hips in the air and the arm reaching out, when he said doesn’t this feel good I yelled out NO lol

  • this guy is great! Hi from Spain. Thanks you are really helping me throughout quarentaine!! Great workout routines and so encouraging, time really flys by and I can’t help laughing at your jokes and comments but guess what! i sweat even more than you! and I when not working out I look like a delicate lady ������ thanks again!

  • Hey man. You too good. Starting and ending of the session is great. Warming and stretching are most important and you have included that. Pace is not important but the effort. That’s what you aimed at. Nice workout

  • You can find more videos of fitness and weight exercises in my You Tube channel:
    Check this out now!!

  • Wow okay I loved so many things about this. First, I appreciate that it doesn’t repeat moves, because that tends to make it feel longer. And I loooove that the encouragement is written rather then spoken. I hate workout videos where the person is talking the whole time because then I can’t focus or enjoy the music. This was a great 10 minute routine. I agree with other commenters that a ding at the end of each exercise might be nice, but I didn’t find it necessary because I am a clock watcher anyway. 10/10 would workout again.

  • Hello. Saw your video for the first time. But i must say. You’ve made a really amazing video. Real time exercises, inclusion of rest in between, motivation tags in between.
    All this enables to do the exercises in real time. Amazing content. Keep it up. Thanks for the video.

  • I do this everyday now and not only is it helpful but like its also so fun and rewarding once you finish don’t get me wrong, it is amazingly challenging but after doing it for 2 or 3 days I can already see such a change in my strength and running. I will now do this everyday so thank you so much ��

  • I have to watch it and listen to music, otherwise I can hear myself grunting… sounding like a stuck bull… lol… dang but it’s worth it… 2016 Here I come…

  • Hey Aztec, I’m a beginner runner who started running two months ago. I followed this and your weight tratining routine for runners because I have really weak core and other muscles. I ran a half marathon today with no particular pain and it’s all thanks to you. Your videos really worked.

  • Hai aztec, I am HM runner, wanna join FM next month. I’ve been doing calf plyometric workout, core workout, and bodyweight squat from your channel for this month, 4times a day. Is it enough for me? Is there other workout I need?

  • Hey I have just joined the Cross Country team and have noticed that I’ve been getting very bad side aches. Will this core workout help prevent side aches?

  • Do you think I can combine your upper body workout, your leg workout and this one into one workout? You know, first the core, then the upper body and then legs or should I only do one of them?

  • Looking for help running a 2 mile “race” (APFT) in under 16 minutes right now I am in the high 18’s and I’m looking to reach low 13’s in 60 days or less is there any routine or advice you give me to reach that goal?

  • My diet: Eat like a pig one day and starve for two days.
    (You could extend this to months but you would find it hard to see results since you would be dead)

    Warning: We do not take responsibility for any deaths caused by this comment.

  • This is great, my ‘go to’ core workout routine. I like the way you just get straight into it without all the waffle you find on some other videos. As others have said, some cues a bell or countdown or something would be good. Difficult to keep an eye on the telly while you’re sprawled on the floor, although I’m using the music as a cue. Like your other vids, too. Great stuff. Many thanks for your time and effort. Much appreciated.

  • How often should i do this workout? I’m a 5k-10k runner and right now i’m in the strength & conditioning stage of my running cycle. I desperately need core.. all i have been doing is milage.

  • @Bully….wow, this was another intense workout. plank skiers and plank reach kicked my ass….but this was a great 10min abs workout!
    my only advice to any other people doing this workout is that you should NOT do it the day after LEG DAY….unless this is the area you’re trying to improve…otherwise, it becomes 10X harder than what you see in the video

  • Great addition to my 20min cardio workout! He is such a great trainer!! I’m 5’5” 140lbs and I lost 80 calories with this workoutout

  • These timed HIIT excercises are great, thank you for posting them. I can feel my papas and the rest of my and getting stronger. I’m used to using the music as time cue, like on the 5 minute core. Any way you can add cues to this one? Thanks again!

  • The side bend & crunch always makes my hip pop. Its pretty painful and no matter what I’ve tried to change (knee closer in or farther out to the side) it continues to do this. Am I doing something wrong or is maybe this motion not right for me?

  • This guy is incredible, he is the one should do all the fitness tapes and not the celebrities that get all the lucky breaks, how can a guy jump up 4 truck tires, he should be famous he deserves it

  • Loved this little Bosu Core workout, Amy! My core was so sore-I almost rolled off my Bosu a couple of times in pain! LOL!! I love ending my workouts with core work and this is a good one! Thanks, Amy!! XO-S

  • Can anyone help? When I do the skiers I was feeling it more in my legs than abs. Is this just cuz I’ve skipped leg day lmao? Or maybe I missed something?

  • I just did this after your 30 min workout and I’m dead �� I could barely do the plank Skiers lol
    Also I love the beats on this workout ��

  • Of all the HIIT/Tabata workouts I’ve found in my searches on YouTube, the ones Raneir does are my favorite proper warmup, tons of variety, frequently has modification suggestions on the longer workouts, and he’s got the exact personality you need to get motivated-lighthearted & funny. Please have Raneir on the channel FOREVER.

  • I’ve made this my main ab routine I’ve tried ab workouts from scott herman and athlean x but i really am enjoying this one….kinda unrelated question but how can increase my barbell curl any advice awesome content btw

  • When Daniel starts off a workout seated & crossed his legs like a Buddhist just know shit is about to get real. Extra credit workout complete 22.05.2017 4.32am #FBAbs

  • I’m using two of your routines already, legs and lower abs, but I had to do my own audio with the exercise name just prior to the countdown. I’m too out of shape to be casually remembering or checking for the next exercise. It’s killing me! Maybe you could start adding that to the videos.

  • I’m definitely gonna have to try this stuff when I go to the park some time!! #QUARANTINEGAINS


  • Thanks Bully! You have changed my lifestyle. Stay Fit and Health. Much Respect �� Would love to have 10 mins Back Workout Vid (No Equipments) ❤️

  • Really enjoyed this workout thankyou for making it. Must admit I looked at some exercises & thought ‘there’s no way I’m going to be able to do this’ but I was actually really surprised. Loved that ur voice was v motivating & u kept a timer in the corner of the screen so we could see how far we were into the workout. The only negative I can say about this workout is that u were quite quick between transitionsI struggled to keep up at timesapart from that amazing workout

  • once again you kill me, but it feels good. I am doing your 20 min workout and this one how many times a week and per day should I work out?
    You rock….once again thanks for putting these work out together

  • 5 other people thought we were going to be LAYING DOWN & doing our ab workout::thumbs::down:: j/k This really got my blood pumping. Thanks for throwing in some new stuff!!

  • Since Gyms are closed and I can’t afford the costs anyways do you think I could see serious progress if I took training videos from your channel to make myself a training programme?

  • Hey brotha! You provide excellent EXCELLENT material 100%. As a hard gainer though, which of the workouts you think will benefit me the most? You have a lot of great content but Im not sure which ones to follow more? Obviously im just trying to put on muscle and bulk up.

  • wanted to say thank you for such an awesome channel! it really helps me survive gymless quarantine without going crazy. i’ve been working out with your videos every morning for more than a month and i enjoy it very much. easy to follow, hard on the muscles!

  • While I do find the exercises very good for the abs, this video (in my opinion) lacks both dynamic and stoics stretches (unless the planks are considered a stretch, I don’t know). Dynamic stretching before and stoic stretching after workouts are good for flexibility and allows nutrients and oxygen to enter into the exercised muscles; thus, increasing muscle growth.

  • This is definitely the best core workout for beginner like myself, It pack all core basic workout that easy to do at very first time but still challenging,

    Not to mention it has a mini screen on the left side to tell you which is the next stance, So you can catch up with him more easier.

    Thanks for sharing this free workout. I wil keep do this workout for a month 5 times / week. and I hope I can progress to the more chalenging workout soon.

    Thanks a lot, from Thailand

  • I agree with him, this workout is nowhere as intense as his other abs workout video. If you want a 6 pac, I’d recommend starting out with this one and then moving on to his other video after maybe 2 weeks

  • hello I really like your channel… I have question….. I go to the gym three days in a week but every time I go to the gym I have pain in my abs in one side… by the way I started workout two weeks ago so I’m new with all these things So is this kind of pain normal? I hope you answer thank you so much

  • I had to do the supine plank on my palms as I could not force my body to do it on my elbows:) I love these workouts, they are the worse and best minutes of my life!:)

  • I enjoyed working out with Kelly and Danielle, I so appreciate the free workout videos,access to these workout give me my life back I lost about 10 pounds my cholesterol went down and I don’t have to take the pills for that anymore fitnessblender you’re the best I’m going to do whatever I can to keep this great workout going to people like me.thanks

  • Love the videos I use to do my morning and afternoon workouts great motivation. Let us get the link to the music in the video next time please. Love ��

  • All fitness videos should end with “this is barely a workout” so I can justify giving up and microwaving muffins sooner. By the way its 30 seconds on High for the best result.

  • Hi Daniel, I love this workout! I normally do 4/5 difficulty level workouts and can hold a plank for a long time but I can’t do the supine plank, my back feels really strange and as if it’s going to snap! Do you think I should do more back strengthening and stretching exercises? Thanks! Love you both! Xxx

  • Hi, I have an injured arm so I can’t do any exercise that involves them like plank, standing knee raises, knee-to-elbow plank etc
    Could you or anyone here recommend a core exercise that doesnt involve the arms apart from reverse crunches, hollow hold, leg raises??

  • Is there a modifier for the reverse plank. I just cannot balance on my elbows and lift my hips. Is it just a matter of strength in my arms?

  • when I finally join a gym, this is going to be a part of the workout, definitely. I’m thinking this, barbell/dum bell, push ups and rowing/swimming depending on the gym I choose.

  • Hi Fitness blenders. I have a question, I have a major back arch (it’s my natural spine alignment) I cannot place my back flat on the ground. So whenever I do the Jack-knife crunch I get a shooting pain in my lower back, how do I compensate to avoid the discomfort? Please and thank you

  • look bro the core could be training without crunches and any variations,the plank is much more effective your core(abs)

  • I don’t know but this had no impact on how I felt in the beginning and then the end. It felt like I was doing nothing the entire time:(

  • Thanks for this bud great video. Been running for 4 years and always neglected this now in lock down decided to try incorporate this weekly.

  • (Plank) “This is nothing”
    (Supline plank) “easy”
    (Middle of video) “almost done”
    (End of video) pants oh my good god I’m dying!”
    (Says workout is not a work out) ��…..”screw it! I’m getting a pizza and going to watch tv until nightfall)

  • Is it okay if my legs separate during the “back bow” exercise and if not how should I fix this?
    Great workout, but very tiring. Definitely going to be back tomorrow!

  • Great work out ������ be good if you could add a indication noise like a bell or something to tell you when to stop so we don’t have to keep looking at the scree and the name of the next exercise In the rest screen. But good video thanks

  • Dat calorie counter and timer is just ridiculous..
    Workouts take as long as they take. The exercises are good! I didnt forget about this

  • I was feeling so confident then he hit me at the end of the video with “this workout is nowhere near considered a full workout so add it to another workout” fuhhhhhhhhhhh

  • I have a hard time doing jack-knife crunches, and I can’t keep my legs hovering off the ground while doing the cross leg raises. What muscle/muscles do I need to target to get better at doing those? I’ve been doing your workouts for at least a year now, but I can’t seem to do those.
    Great workout!

    Thank you!

  • Hey there I suffered a c2 fracture back in October of last year what are some good an work outs that won’t strain my neck while it’s still healing? Love all your stuff been watching it for 2 years now and counting.

  • Question about reverse planks: Sometimes I feel like my butt is so big that I’m practically not even off the ground far enough to do the move fully. Am I doing it wrong? Also should I always feel like my feet are gonna fall off from that move

  • so i read on your website that this workout is not made to get a six packs but i noticed that since im doint it im getting one!!!! thank you i looove it 

  • Wow nice workout video! I found another great channel for workouts (Optimal Move & Exercise) If you like this video, you should check out this guy too! Here’s the link:

    Have a nice day!

  • Pretty good workout. But was the hip opening routine on the other hip intentionally omitted, or did I miss it? Anyway, I liked it and I suggest a few stretches at the end.

  • After brutally working my legs I was shaking on the 2nd set of the 1ST round of a regular plank! Phew! However, after finishing I feel MAR. VE. LOUS! And almost like I could fly, since my wings would be one of the few muscles I could still rely on in the next day or two… Haha! Anyway, thanks for the burn guys! Love u!! xx ��

  • One of my fave ab workouts bc it’s so functional! Love the focus on the hamstrings. Would love to see a 10 min workout with a hamstring/glute focus.

  • While doing the excise on the floor when we open our legs my hips crack when opening and closing them, is that a large problem? If so should I miss them out of the routine?

  • Dude those skiers. I keep saying to myself, “this guys fkin nuts” as I’m killing myself to keep up with you. 11 days in on your recent 30 workout challenge. Thank you for the videos. (EDIT: 27 days in. Skiers aren’t so bad anymore.)

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    I love it so much. Because its simple to use and you can gain great muscle. I got my at trainhome shop (check on google) they have great muscle.������

  • Word of warning to those new to exercise…never stretch prior to your muscles having been warmed up first. Save stretching for AFTER you have worked your body, when the muscles are warm with blood flow and your joints are lubricated.
    But with regard to the workout, it was great! Can really feel the muscles in the tummy and in the back of the legs working! I’m sure this lady is a fantastic belly-dancer!:)