Core Training

More funny thoughts on “core training exercises.”

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50 Responses to “Core Training”

  • StanleyKu:

    Ha Ha! I see people do that shit at my gym. Always looking for a way to make things less stable and yet they never seem to graduate to the non-colored dumbbells.

  • JamesG627:

    I like this guy.

  • innerlocus:

    I never saw anyone in good shape do anything with these balls except move them out of their way. Very good video. Thanks. David Mpls YMCA.

  • Christine29LuvMe:

    Actually, Steve, this isn’t core training, this is proprioception training. It does improve sensory communication. I’ve never used that wobbly plate, but working balance/stability while doing a prime mover exercise improves neuromuscular efficiency.

  • GatorsFan24:

    1:09 what are you trying out for the circus?? LMAO!!!

  • crazyskiier0023:

    I watch alot of your videos and agree with almost all of the but this video i dont agree with. I have a very bad lower back and crunches and situps aggrevate my lower back so i started using the bosu ball. Not only do i feel my abs workingbut i sweat way way more and even get out if breath( something that doesnt happen when just standing on the floor. wrote this on itouch so forgive grammar.

  • californiaengineer:

    lol!!! funny! as always…great commentary Steve!

  • MattmanAZ09:

    @fcuk9000
    Because everyone wants to reinvent the wheel.

  • M4nz2010:

    hi steve. One thinh i dont understand is calesthenics. I know u make a point about needing high intensity exercise to cause muscular growth, but is there any value in doing for example hundreds of push ups dips etc, exept for endurance.. i dont understand how someone (mike tyson) can weigh 230 pounds of pure muscle,, and according to himself, only ever did intense calesthetics.. thanyou

  • sammyread1:

    Finally I’d like to say that I am not one of those trainers who gets their clients attempting exercises outside of their ability. There are trainers out there who get clients doing crazy core exercises to try and impress other gym members (potential clients) and this does infuriate me. Im also a big fan of traditional exercises such as bicep curls and bench press. I just think Steve’s views on this topic are ignorant and unfounded.

  • sammyread1:

    Core training is very beneficial for people with back pain. You are able to train all the core muscles which helps to strengthen the back and you give the abs a workout without putting the back under too much stress which may happen with exercises such as crunches.

  • sammyread1:

    To attack core training is a really thoughtless and general thing to say, squats, press ups and pullups are all core execises which work the abs. Are these worthless exercises to do? Core exercises are great because more of the body is involved so you have to work harder which means burning more calories too.

  • sammyread1:

    I can see the point he is trying to make by saying people shouldn’t try exercises because they look flashy, however core training and proprioception exercises have many benefits. I train clients who are recovering from serious knee and back injuries. One of these clients had an ACL (ligament in the knee) operation and needs to work on proprioception in order to increase her neuromuscular control, this means balancing exercises using equipment such as the Bosu.

  • eurohim:

    Core training = marketing gimmick.

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @P90ischeap I answered your question on my 10-25-10 BlogTalkRadio com show. You can listen there or on iTunes. Search Steve Turano. Recent shows can be heard on my site home page at the bottom once they upload. I also host a Sat. morning radio show from 9-10 am EST on 1340 am Tan Talk radio. Call in & ask me your weight loss & fitness questions. 1-866-826-1340 tantalk1340 com. I also upload it to iTunes. You can also listen at GreatFatLossPill com. Click on the On The Air tab at the top.

  • P90ischeap:

    Steve, this is kind of a weird question, but is sex good cardio?

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @19NaVi72 Not at all! I also host a BlogTalkRadio com show. You can listen there or on iTunes. Search Steve Turano. Recent shows can be heard on my site home page at the bottom once they upload. I also host a Sat. morning radio show from 9-10 am EST on 1340 am Tan Talk radio. Call in & ask me your weight loss & fitness questions. 1-866-826-1340 tantalk1340 com. I also upload it to iTunes. You can also listen at GreatFatLossPill com. Click on the On The Air tab at the top.

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @slampiece99 Thanks! I also host a BlogTalkRadio com show. You can listen there or on iTunes. Search Steve Turano. Recent shows can be heard on my site home page at the bottom once they upload. I also host a Sat. morning radio show from 9-10 am EST on 1340 am Tan Talk radio. Call in & ask me your weight loss & fitness questions. 1-866-826-1340 tantalk1340 com. I also upload it to iTunes. You can also listen at GreatFatLossPill com. Click on the On The Air tab at the top.

  • slampiece99:

    classic

  • 19NaVi72:

    So, I’m guessing you don’t like fad workouts? LMAO

  • imnotbncre8ive:

    @fcuk9000
    “I have seen professional athletes do these dumb exercises. Why?…”

    Pro athletes possess incredible physical gifts (to varying degrees). Some are so genetically gifted that almost any exercise, no matter how ineffective it would be for ‘mere mortals’, will produce progress or keep them in good condition. I know that sounds silly, but there it is. I’ve heard of one NFL player who hadn’t trained in 6 monthes… he steps into the gym and benches 500 for reps.

  • Czeza117:

    i see where you’re coming from steve but im in my teens atm
    and im training for core and i have already seen results after 6 months of 4x a week workouts. now these excersises are particularly good for me because i want to be a better athlete and ive found that my coordination and blance has increased. and i know you hate this word but ive become more stable. i dont mean to cause offence but ive found this method working for me as it suits my needs. thanks

  • needtolooselots:

    Steve does lifting weights SLOW DOWN weight loss.

  • fcuk9000:

    I have seen professional athletes do these dumb exercises. Why? I really dont get it. How can you lift heavy when you have to worry about balancing on this dumb thing?

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @TheStardust8 Thanks! I also host a BlogTalkRadio com show. You can listen there or on iTunes. Search Steve Turano. Recent shows can be heard on my site home page at the bottom once they upload. I also host a Sat. morning radio show from 9-10 am EST on 1340 am Tan Talk radio. Call in & ask me your weight loss & fitness questions. 1-866-826-1340 tantalk1340 com. I also upload it to iTunes. You can also listen at GreatFatLossPill com. Click on the On The Air tab at the top.

  • MarkAndrei08:

    thanks for this! great vid! I also have been working out to lose weight. But using a program I found in a website. Getting leaner is the best look so far! You know the Hollywood look? You can check my profile to see the website. Youtube won’t let me post it here.

  • CrimsonKumiho:

    @Amiel912 Diet being what you consume, not bullshit 0 carb diets or things of that nature.

  • CrimsonKumiho:

    @Amiel912 1. Growth takes time as well as fat loss 2. Individuals grow at different rates 3. Caloric needs and fat utilization differentiate from person to person. You have to do what works for you, he’s just dispelling the overcomplicated myths of getting in shape that are made up to get you into expensive gym memberships and magazine subscriptions. The best, and most annoying, way for you to measure your caloric needs is by monitoring your body changes with different CONSISTENT diets over time

  • Amiel912:

    I think you are wrong. I tried that and it doesn’t work.

  • VYD239:

    @Kevinorly Until you start feeling bad and are not performing as well as your previous workout, then I wouldn’t worry. But if you start feeling wasted and overtrained, you either need to eat a little bit more for energy and/or rest more to recover. 9% bodyfat is good! I’m 10.9%.

    But you have to be careful you don’t loose too much more too fast, as 9% is pretty low – as long as you continue to do weights to maintain or increase your muscularity you’ll be fine. Just eat well and get good rest.

  • Kevinorly:

    So if I push myself everytime so hard in every work out, it’s bad for me?
    I am 9% body fat

  • iiitempers:

    After you have abs I recomend eating enough calories as your burning

  • rdtiko:

    Hello, Try intellectus 424 diet (Search on Google). I have lost lots of the fat it is the best diet I have ever tried.

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @AJMorgillo Remember, you need protein but just not that much. All that extra protein doesn’t build any more muscles and just adds extra calories.

  • AJMorgillo:

    But how can you build muscle without getting the protein you need. I have a good upper body, all I need to get rid of is the love handles and the fat under my belly button. How can I tone that down while gaining muscle?

  • bebIessed:

    yeah ul gain muscle but NOT MASS

  • IPWNBXRmash:

    Lol,little to no body fat, hardly a problem here in america, that made me laugh haha.

  • Talo2000:

    Your body will burn muscle before it burns fat IF it needs it as that is where the nutrients are .

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @xISIolDieIRIx Call my radio show next Saturday morning and I’ll your questions. 1-866-826-1340 Saturday 9-10 AM Florida time. TanTalk1340 com

  • xISIolDieIRIx:

    Steve, this has just been a pain for me to find. Is it possible to have an email of yours so that I can ask my question and explain to you what I am doing in my workout?

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @Schwarzenegger667 Absolutely. That’s how muscle building is done.

  • Schwarzenegger667:

    So if you’re lifting pretty heavy say 8 rep max on your exercises, are you able to MAINTAIN muscle while losing fat from the deficit?

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  • NGT2O6:

    @The52warriors or just get the answer from me… approxmatly 190 grams of protein.

  • TheTigerReturns:

    @BodyPerformanceTV
    Just answer his question ffs
    don’t advertise ur show on every comment that you reply to lol
    i love ur vids, it’s just annoying to see you advertise ur ‘radio show’

  • Lostrocker:

    @BodyPerformanceTV Sorry for the double post, I am 6,2 and weight 15 stones/ 95 kg, I think that is roughly 210 lbs. I will try to describe my current body shape, I feel and people say I am quite muscular, my torso is pretty lean with only a thin layer of fat, however due to exams I stopped gyming for a few months and this has resulted in my gaining weight around my theighs and buttox, these seem to be my natural fat storage points. I am fairly fit do cardio at least once a day.

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @Lostrocker I also host a BlogTalkRadio com show. You can listen there or on iTunes. Search Steve Turano. Recent shows can be heard on my site home page at the bottom once they upload. I also host a Sat. morning radio show from 9-10 am EST on 1340 am Tan Talk radio. Call in & ask me your weight loss & fitness questions. 1-866-826-1340 tantalk1340 com. I also upload it to iTunes. You can also listen at GreatFatLossPill com. Click on the On The Air tab at the top.

  • BodyPerformanceTV:

    @Lostrocker It depends of what kind of shape you’re in.

  • Lostrocker:

    Ok so at the moment I am doing 50 mins of Cardio per day, weights everyday but different areas everyday. By this I mean I do Biceps/Upper Back, Chest/Triceps, Legs on different days. I am not taking in many calories through meals anymore, in fact most days I skip lunch. I eat basically a bowl of cereal, drink a lukozade light active and several low carb high protein whey drinks (3 a day) with a varying evening meal. Is this sustainable and will this lead to weight loss/ increased muscle mass.

  • avittix:

    @jummatth
    Its probably possible when you first start lifting and I feel like thats the crowd that Steve tries to attract. I have never been able to run a calorie defecit while gaining muscle at the same time. I’m also nowhere near 10% bf either. Once the newbie gains run out I have found that its much easier to focus on either losing fat or gaining muscle. I remember when steve was basically bashing weight loss supplements and now I keep hearing him trying to sell his.

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