If you are following the trends in exercise and fitness, you have probably heard the phrase "core strength."
Core strength refers to developing the abdomial (stomach) muscles, and the back muscles to increase their ability to support your spine, shoulders and keep your body stable and balanced. Strong core muscles are important to have if you are athletic or just active because strong core muscles can help you move your limbs easier and with more power and a strong core can help prevent injury while you are being active.
With the hustle and bustle of today’s society who has time to waste on ineffective, risky exercises? Ditch these five ineffective weight lifting exercises moves that may not only fail deliver the results you want, but may also cause injury.