The Olympic champion Simone Biles called out an article about her connection to Larry Nassar, writing, "I won't be labeled by Larry Nassar's abuse."
Khloé Kardashian has undergone a major transformation during the past few years. The reality star is putting in a lot of time at the gym and focuses on maintaining a well-balanced diet. Kardashian’s snaps and Instagram posts give her followers a sneak peek into her at-home fitness routines. Her beau, Cleveland Cavaliers star Tristan Thompson, has even joined in on the action.
Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski would you like you to know she has wonderful abs. Whether it’s due to genetics, diet, great Instagram techniques, or some combination of the above, the rising star takes ample opportunity to show you what she’s got, and her fans love it.
In order to develop those strong abdominals you need to start with the innermost layer, your transverse abdominis (TA). Related: 10 Myths About Six-Pack Abs Everyone focuses on the rectus abdominis during exercise, the muscle that, when working properly, creates the six pack look.
“Muffin top” is a deceptively adorable name for a fiendishly difficult area of the body to tone: the lower abdominal muscles. To approach the belly pouch head-on, the Cut worked with Pure Barre instructor Sarah Wingo, who demonstrated five different moves that isolate the lower abdominal muscles to make them stronger and more defined. If your back is arched, you could strain it, and you won’t engage your lower abdomen as much.
If you find yourself constantly checking your watch as you hold a plank, it’s time for a core exercise upgrade. “The plank is a great core exercise, but adding a little bit of movement is going to challenge your stability, your balance, and your core strength,” says fitness expert Brett Hoebel, creator of the 20-Minute Body and trainer on season 11 of The Biggest Loser.
More and more men are resorting to CoolSculpting — a non-invasive treatment to permanently freeze away fat bulges that won’t budge with diet and exercise.
f you’re in your 20s or early 30s, chances are you’ve got a better shot at building great abs, and keeping them well into the future, than your parents ever did — thanks to this ingredient.
There’s a new ab move in town, and it's called stomach vacuuming — a simple breathing exercise that’s supposed to activate and strengthen your deepest stomach muscles. But does it work?
These moves tighten and tone two areas you’ll want to show off when you hit the beach. Plus, your core will get stronger, giving you better balance—just in time for all that surfing and stand-up paddleboarding.