The new study was led by Bernard Duvivier of the department of human biology and movement science at Maastricht University Medical Center in the Netherlands. His team wanted to see if a program to reduce sitting time -- by encouraging patients to simply stand and do light-intensity walking -- could offer an alternative to a standard exercise regimen.
We often work our abs with exercises like , , and . Floor exercises are important, but can target your abs in a more functional way, the way your body actually moves in real life. The following moves show you how to get off the floor with challenging standing ab exercises.
But picking one great rotational slam ball/med ball standing core exercise you’ve got to do, you’ve got to do Rainbow Slams. This move will get your blood pumping as it works your back, especially your lats, as well as your core and legs. These slams will even work the muscles around your ribs to help build upper body and core stability.
Knees – Knees is another great bodyweight standing core exercise that works your abs, quads and glutes. It can also get your blood pumping if you move quickly to crunch and tuck your knee.